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Eufy's high-tech smart, connected vacuums can be controlled in multiple ways and feature similar mechanics to non-smart vacs. All you need to do is set the vacs and let them do the cleaning for you. Plus, with the current low prices, they cost less than many non-smart vacs.
This popular robot vacuum boasts 5× more suction power than early models. Its slim design can easily fit underneath furniture, while its navigation system prevents it from bumping into things. You can control it from your phone and run it any time of the day or night as it's incredibly quiet and no louder than the hum of a microwave.
While our furry friends add a lot of love and happiness to our lives, they also add hair and mess! The Eufy RoboVac G30 Edge uses Smart Dynamic Navigation 2.0 to navigate quickly and efficiently along a planned route; boundary strips help keep it away from pet’s beds or safe spaces. The strong 2000Pa of suction power can collect hair, litter and other debris while staying as quiet as a microwave so it won’t frighten your cat or dog. Using the app you can check the cleaning records, schedule cleanings or switch cleaning modes.
If you want the best of the best, the G40Hybrid+ offers a lot of technology in a small package. Since it's a 2-in-1 vacuum and mop it thoroughly cleans your floors with little human involvement! The mapping function memorizes your house environment to create a virtual layout for your RoboVac, and it can tell the vacuum what room it is in and where to clean. The 130ml water tank holds enough water for 60 minutes of mopping.
Australia's women have overcome the "emotional excitement" of returning to home soil with a 28-12 win against Brazil in their opening match of the Sydney Sevens at Allianz Stadium.The home team scored four tries to two, with boom teenager Bienne Terita crossing twice, but 11th-ranked Brazil caused plenty of problems for the third-seeded Aussies.
Very few people have had their face turned into a cake, been sent flowers by Kylie Minogue or had a who's who of their industry sing them happy birthday, but that's exactly how Ian 'Molly' Meldrum kicked off his 80th birthday celebrations.The music and television icon was the centre of attention at a party in his honour at the Australian Music Vault in Melbourne's Arts Centre on Friday.
The Queensland man accused of abducting his own mother, who was later found dead, was on bail at the time of the alleged offending.Slade Murdok, 30, was arrested on Wednesday after his 61-year-old mother Wendy Sleeman went missing.
Australian Paralympian Katie Kelly should have been on top of the world.She had just won the first-ever gold medal for paratriathlon at the Rio games, and standing on the podium was a highlight of her life.
Green energy champion Fortescue Future Industries is downplaying the exit of its United States partner from a hub under construction in Queensland.The $114 million multi-gigawatt-scale electrolyser factory being built in Gladstone was a 50-50 joint venture between FFI and Plug Power Inc.
Luisa Stefani and Rafael Matos have created tennis history to deny Sania Mirza a fairytale finish to her trailblazing career with victory in the Australian Open mixed doubles final.The unseeded duo proved too strong for Mirza and fellow Indian Rohan Bopanna, prevailing 7-6 (7-2) 6-2 in Friday's championship decider at Rod Laver Arena.
A teenage boy has managed to escape unhurt after being forced into a car by four men in a shocking incident in Adelaide's southern suburbs.At about 10pm on Thursday, the 17-year-old was walking along the Esplanade at Somerton Park when a white car stopped alongside.
Sam Ryder has battled gusting winds at Torrey Pines to shoot a four-under-par 68 and take a three-shot lead at the midway point of the Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego.After posting an eight-under 64 on the North Course on Wednesday, Ryder carded five birdies against a lone bogey to record the lowest score of the day among the 78 players who tackled the challenging South Course.
Australia is in a better position to meet its local gas needs but big exporters will need to supply some of their uncontracted gas to domestic markets to make up the shortfall.Last year, the consumer watchdog raised concerns manufacturers could go out of business unless a more affordable domestic gas supply was secured.
Mining major Fortescue Metals Group has lifted iron ore shipments in the December quarter but flagged a slight slippage in the timeline for its Iron Bridge magnetite project in Western Australia.Australia's third biggest iron ore exporter on Friday reported shipments of 49.
She has ditched the psychologist, taken full accountability and now women's tennis' most unfulfilled talent is one tantalising win away from finally becoming a grand slam singles champion.Aryna Sabalenka's transformation from temperamental under-achiever to Australian Open finalist has been nothing less than extraordinary.
A member of a controversial Victorian church has cried as he faced court after handing himself in to police for alleged child sexual abuse offences.The 36-year-old East Geelong man appeared in Geelong Magistrates Court on Friday charged with sexual penetration of a child under 16, three counts of sexual assault and possessing child abuse material.
Construction could be the next industry facing plastic regulations in Victoria as a ban on single-use items comes into effect in hospitality and retail.The supply or sale of single-use straws, drink stirrers, cutlery, plates and cotton bud sticks will be illegal from Wednesday.
Tiger Woods will not be at his favourite hunting ground of Torrey Pines this week but former Masters winner Trevor Immelman expects to see the 15-time major champion back at Augusta National in April.Woods has made few competitive appearances since last July's British Open as the former world No.
Holocaust survivors are calling on the Victorian premier to ban the Nazi salute, saying the gesture brings back the memories and pain of millions of Jewish people murdered.The push for change on International Holocaust Remembrance Day follows a spate of recent incidents in the state - among them, neo-Nazi leader Thomas Sewell giving the salute outside court in December, the Anti-Defamation Commission said.
After facing her third murder trial, Ammie Douglass has once more been found guilty of killing a retired school teacher before stealing cash from his home west of Sydney.The Lithgow mother of two is due to appear for a NSW Supreme Court sentence hearing on Thursday where arguments will be made about how much jail time should be imposed for the 2016 murder of Christopher Whiteley.
The meteoric rise of New Zealand soccer wunderkind Milly Clegg has her coach urging patience.Clegg scored her first A-League goal as Wellington Phoenix posted their first win of the season with a shock 5-0 hammering of Canberra United.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has put health care reform at the top of his agenda with a planned overhaul of the Medicare system and improvements to primary care.National cabinet will meet next week to discuss ways to ease pressure on Medicare, particularly by increasing the number of general practitioners.
Asian stocks have risen and are poised for their fifth straight week of gains after a set of data highlighted a resilient US economy, lifting investor sentiment before next week's slate of central bank monetary policy meetings.MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan on Friday rose 0.