LG’s latest cordless vac automatically empties itself
LG’s new vacuum, the extremely named LG CordZeroThinQ A9 Kompressor Plus, need to be a little simpler to clear than most cordless vacuums. Its charging station is geared up with a “fully-automated dust elimination system,” which draws the contents of the vac’s dustbin into a dust bag as the gadget charges.
We’ve seen similar auto-emptying features in robot vacuum cleaners like the iRobot Roomba i7 Plus in the past, however LG’s solution is more special in the world of cordless stick vacuums. Samsung sells a Clean Station to deal with its upright vacuum cleaner, however using it involves first removing the vacuum’s dustbin, rather than it happening instantly throughout charging.
As someone who frequently needs to reach up into the dustbin of his Dyson V10 vacuum to get all the waste out, I can see the appeal of automating the procedure. However for bigger tasks, like vacuuming a whole home or house, you’re most likely going to need to clear the LG CordZeroThinQ A9 Kompressor Plus mid-clean rather than waiting to instantly empty it when it charges. Ideally the charging station’s dust bags are huge enough (and low-cost sufficient) that it does not need to be cleared too frequently.
Along with clearing its dustbin, LG states the touchscreen-equipped charging stand can also house the vacuum’s 6 accessories and nozzles, like existing stick vacuum chargers from Dyson and Xiaomi. LG’s attachments include a 2-in-1 combination tool, a crevice tool, an animal nozzle, a power carpet nozzle, and a power mop. Included with the vacuum are 2 battery packs and removable washable filters.
LG’s press release does not say how much all of this is going to cost or when it’ll be offered. However, it assures the LG CordZeroThinQ A9 Kompressor Plus will be on display at its virtual booth at this year’s virtual CES, so stay virtually tuned.
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