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Roborock has released its budget robot vacuum, the E4. It is gyroscope-guided machine and has OpticEye motion tracking system. The robot follows a Z-shaped path. It is not as efficient as the S series but can be a handy model for smaller homes or those who do not need extra features.
Roborock E4 Main Features
- Real-time robot movements tracking
- Efficient Z-shaped path
- Srtong 2,000 Pa suction
- Good climbing ability so the robot is able to vacuum medium-pile carpets
- Senses carpeted surface and boosts suction when identifies one
- Has a relatively large dustbin
- Lasts up to 150 minutes on one charge
- Supports resumption
- Is integrated with Alexa.
First that comes to my mind is the crystal clear dustbin. Another thing about the dustbin that it can be emptied through the filter opening which is not as convenient.
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Roborock E4 vs. Roborock Xiaowa E3. What has been changed & is there a reason to update your robot?
Meet the newest E Series robot vacuum, the Roborock E4.
It is a gyroscrope-guided robot vacuum which means it does not miss a spot when cleaning. You can track it's movements in real-time by using the app.
Let's start with how Roborock founded. The company was established in July 2014 by CHANG Jing. In a few months, Xiaomi invested in the company which means Roborock became an enterprise member of the Xiaomi ecological chain.
The largest shareholders of Roborock are: CHANG Jing (the founder of Roborock); Shunwei Ventures III (Hong Kong) Limited, controlled by XU DALAI, who is the director of Xiaomi; Tianjin Jinmi Investment, controlled by LEI Jun, who is the founder and CEO of Xiaomi.
The Xiaomi-related shareholders owns 24.7%, almost the 1/4 of the Roborock company.