Samsung will release smart vacuum cleaners in the style of Star Wars
Trying to make money on popular film franchises is a very common affair among numerous companies and corporations. And it’s quite common to try and make money on the space opera “Star Wars”, which for decades has brought its creators multimillion and even billions of box office fees. South Korean company Samsung also decided not to stand aside, so it announced a line of two smart vacuum cleaners made in the style of Star Wars.
The new limited series of vacuum cleaners VR7000 develops Samsung technology called POWERbot and complements it with completely new functions. Well, at the same time, the updated vacuum cleaners look so much that they all resemble the Imperial stormtrooper and Darth Vader. That certainly will please fans of the franchise, created by George Lucas. Just imagine: Darth Vader crawling about your apartment and breathing heavily into the visor of his helmet, along the way collecting dust and candy wrappers from the candy.
Samsung wants to coincide with the release of new stylish vacuum cleaners for the release of the picture “Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi” , which will take place in early December. The model in the style of Darth Vader is equipped with the ability to connect to Wi-Fi and remote control via the Network. Both models also contain a set of sound effects from the cult films of the Star Wars space star. Above we have already told you about the heavy breathing of Darth Vader, but this list of sounds is not limited.
The suction power of both vacuum cleaners is 10 W. Both of them are equipped with CycloneForce technology, and also they are able to carefully absorb dust along the walls and in even the most inaccessible corners of the apartment. Artificial intelligence devices can build a virtual map of the room and find the most optimal routes for moving around it and cleaning up dust and dirt. The vacuum cleaner in the style of Darth Vader will cost 799 dollars, and in the style of the imperial stormtrooper – 699 dollars. Official sales of both devices will begin on November 5.