LG’s new vacuum cleaner, the strangely named LG CordZeroThinQ A9 Kompressor Plus, ought to be somewhat simpler to exhaust than most cordless vacuums. Its charging station is prepared of a “fully-automated dust removal system,” which sucks the contents of the vac’s dustbin into a dust bag as the gadget charges.
We’ve seen comparable auto-emptying features in robot vacuum cleaners like the iRobot Roomba i7 Plus previously, however LG’s solution is more extraordinary in the realm of cordless stick vacuums. Samsung offers a Clean Station to work with its upstanding vacuum cleaner, yet utilizing it includes first disconnecting the vacuum’s dustbin, as opposed to it happening consequently during charging.
As somebody who oftentimes needs to reach up into the dustbin of his Dyson V10 vacuum to get all the crud out, I can see the appeal of automating the process. Be that as it may, for greater jobs, such as vacuuming an entire house or apartment, you’re presumably must empty the LG CordZeroThinQ A9 Kompressor Plus mid-clean instead of waiting to automatically empty it when it charges. Hopefully, the charging station’s dust bags are adequately large (and sufficiently modest) that it shouldn’t be emptied too often.
Just as emptying its dustbin, LG says the touchscreen-equipped charging stand can likewise house the vacuum’s six accessories and nozzles, such as existing stick vacuum chargers from Dyson and Xiaomi. LG’s attachments include a 2-in-1 combination tool, a crevice tool, a pet nozzle, a power carpet nozzle, and a power mop. Included with the vacuum are two battery packs and removable washable filters.
LG’s press release doesn’t say how much the entirety of this will cost or when it’ll be available. In any case, it guarantees the LG CordZeroThinQ A9 Kompressor Plus will be on display at its virtual booth at the current year’s virtual CES, so stay virtually tuned.