There are two models to choose from, one that looks like Darth Vader's mask and another that resembles a Stormtrooper.
You can control them via an app or with Alexa voice commands, but what sets these hoovers apart is their sound effects. The Stormtrooper edition calls out "Let's go!" as soon as it starts cleaning the room, while the Darth Vader variant makes the iconic breathing noises of the Sith Lord.
The Darth Vader model of this robot vacuum cleaner has Wi-Fi connectivity as well as its own remote control. It was a first-of-its-kind approach to building and launching a product designed by the fans and built for the fans. There's no confirmed availability in the Middle East yet, but the Star Wars PowerBots are available to pre-order in the United States for US$799. It separates dust from dirt and debris to keep the filter cleaner for longer as well as an extra-wide 290mm brush, and sensor technology which allows the vacuum to map out the space of your home and calculate an efficient cleaning path that avoids obstacles. With its unique smart features and powerful performance, the VR7000 was awarded the 2017 CES Innovation Award. (R2-D2 screwdriver, anyone?) But hey, if you're a Star Wars fan who's in the market for a robot vacuum, why wouldn't you want Darth Vader cleaning your carpet? You can preorder both now at the Samsung website; the estimated ship date is November 5th at the time of writing. Other various fan-centric activations and rewards with retail and commerce partners will continue rolling out. The goggles use OLED displays and are at a higher resolution than the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, whil.