What you need to know
- Roborock's S4 Max robot vacuum is available now, priced at $429.
- It can climb higher than before, helping it climb onto rugs and carpets.
- It also has a bigger dustbin so won't need to be emptied as often.
Roborock has a new robot vacuum out today, with the S4 Max now available for $429. It's an iteration on the previous models but with some of the previous pain points experienced by exiting users now fixed.
As someone who uses a couple of robot vacuums, there are some problems that always, always pop up. One of those is an inability at times to climb onto a rug, and the other is constantly emptying the dustbin. Both of those issues have been worked on with the S4 Max.
All the usual features are present and correct, too. Those include an app that lets users save maps and block off areas they don't want to be cleaned as well as the ability to change the level of suction that will be used in specific rooms. Pretty impressive stuff.
You can order your own Roborock S4 Max right now for $429, direct from Amazon.
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