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The just-announced Dyson 360 Heurist robot vacuum can see in the dark

The just-announced Dyson 360 Heurist robot vacuum can see in the dark

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Hands-free sounds good to me. Today in Beijing, Dyson announced its newest endeavor: the 360 Heurist. Three years ago was Dyson's first foray into the world of robot vacuuming with the 360 Eye. The newest version brings with it several improvements, which is a good thing considering the reviews the earlier version received. There's a new processor that's 20 times faster. There are new voice assistant capabilities so you can talk to your robot pal with your other robot pals like Alexa or Google. There are more bristles, more suction power, more runtime, and those aren't even the coolest features. "Heurist" likely comes from the word "heuristic", which means "enabling a person to discover or learn something for themselves." That makes perfect sense, because the new 360 Heurist features an LED ring around its top camera. If the lights are off, it won't panic and shut down. It simply "sees" for itself using up to eight of its LED lights. The 360 Eye didn't perform well in the dark, so...