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Dreametech debuts ultra flexible self-cleaning robot vacuum at Pepcom

The DreameBot L10s Ultra and D10 Plus vacuums make smart additions to holiday giving lists this year. 

DreameBot vacuums at a convention on table displayed.
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Holiday shopping lists are getting smarter this year after Dreametech, a leader in intelligent home consumer products, debuted the DreameBot L10s Ultra robot vacuum and mop at the annual Pepcom holiday media preview event.

The demo was the first in the U.S. for the new AI-powered robot vacuum. There were more than 300 journalists in the audience to see it put to the test.

The DreameBot L10s Ultra robot vacuum features innovative self-cleaning and “auto empty” technology. It’s currently the company’s most advanced intelligent home cleaning device.

illustration of the Dreamtech robot vacuum near a body of water with mountains in the background
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The user-friendly robot vacuum combines dust collection, mop washing, drying, water, and detergent re-fill with AI-powered, hands-free cleaning robotics.

The sleekly designed base automatically empties its own dust box, cleans and dries the mop pads, and adds water and cleaning solution.

Furthermore, delivering fully hands-free cleaning with no intervention for up to 60 days. 

men checking out the Dreametech vacuums on display at the booth
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The live demonstration was attended by consumer tech journalists from the country’s leading national outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, CNET, Good Morning America, ABC News, ZDNet, Consumer Reports, and Good Housekeeping.

The event was also livestreamed by Pepcom to hundreds of journalists watching from home.

In addition, the annual seasonal showcase featured three robot vacuums vying to make holiday shopping lists this year.

The DreameBot L10s Ultra demo highlighted key differentiators, including AI-powered advanced mapping and obstacle avoidance.

The robot vacuum’s navigation, powered by dual lasers and an RBG camera, helps it detect and avoid household obstacles, reacting with tailored avoidance strategies.

robot vacuum on wooden floors next to a dresser
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“For the past five years, Dreametech has offered consumers around the world innovative new smart home cleaning appliances that make our lives better, simpler, and cleaner,” said Terry Tian, head of product design at Dreametech.

“It was exciting to share our AI-powered DreameBot L10s Ultra robot vacuum with reporters from across the U.S. at the Pepcom event and show them how our robot vacuum performs heads above the competition.” 

The DreameBot L10s Ultra is an intelligent home cleaning solution for multiple flooring options, including carpets, hardwood floors, and kitchen tiles.

The mop adjusts suction automatically based on the home’s floor style and carpet length, requiring no human intervention.

In addition, its self-cleaning mop pads combined with hot air drying and industry-leading suction deliver better performance than the leading competitors. 

woman cleaning out the robot vacuum next to a sofa
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Dreametech also highlighted the company’s D10 Plus product at the event. The robot vacuum and mop delivers up to 45 days of hands-free cleaning, featuring auto-empty technology.

Thus, its high-performance LiDAR navigation maps a home in eight minutes or less, combining 4,000Pa suction power with automatic adjustments.

Therefore, this makes it the best hands-free cleaning solution for carpets, tile, and hardwood flooring.

The smart home device is fully customizable from the company’s user-friendly mobile app. For example, it has voice controls that integrate seamlessly with Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant.

Dreame offers 2-to-5-day, free shipping for all products to most areas. Additionally, return, or replacement is guaranteed 30 days after delivery.

Combined with its one-year warranty for bodies and batteries, the DreameBot L10s Ultra and D10 Plus make smart additions to holiday giving lists this year. 

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