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Xiaomi's new robotic vacuum cleaner, the Roborock S6, is now available

Xiaomi's new robotic vacuum cleaner, the Roborock S6, is now available

The successor to the Roborock S50 has arrived after a long time, but we can finally buy it if we want to!

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It was expected that the new vacuum cleaner would be more expensive than the Amostani version, although it is also true that the S50 also started from such a price level, so there is no reason to panic. Plus, for now, even the Roborock S50 is available at a fairly affordable price, currently around $ 400, or many times below, which is very friendly, even if you look at the cheapest domestic sources.

The new vacuum cleaner has been known as the T6 so far, but in the meantime it turned out that the T6 mark will be the Chinese version, the European plug version will be named S6. With the Roborock T6, already covered in an article, we were looking for the answer to whether it would be worth buying this instead of the S50. We didn’t really get to the vineyard with us because although the S6 is more advanced, the software knows more, the $ 200 surcharge may not be justified. At the same time, of course, we don’t want to talk anyone out of it, after all, it’s a longer-term investment, so whoever can do it might still get better with the new version.

Xiaomi Roborock T6 robot vacuum cleaner released in crowdfunding more powerful cleaning with competitive price C01

If you haven’t read our article on the new vacuum cleaner, the Xiaomi Roborock S6, you can now make up for it: Xiaomi Roborock S50 against Roborock T6: is it worth switching?

If you want to get a new Roborock vacuum cleaner, you can find it here:

Xiaomi Roborock S6 robot vacuum cleaner with laser control

Xiaomi's new robotic vacuum cleaner, the Roborock S6 1, is now available

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