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Roborock S6 MaxV review: More cameras means more intelligent cleaning

The Roborock S6 MaxV is an intelligent robot vacuum cleaner that’s designed to navigate your home more effectively as it cleans. That’s thanks to a twin-camera system that Roborock pitches as a pet poop-avoiding system, addressing one fear people have of such ‘bots.But it’s more than that – the S6 MaxV is also an intelligent system that’s powered by a Qualcomm APQ8053 processor and artificial intelligence. This means the ‘bot can detect all manner of objects strewn around your home, identifying everything from cups to shoes, pet bowls and beyond, then marking them out in the associated app to let you know. The S6 MaxV also has 25 per cent more suction power than the already impressive Roborock S6, along with multi-floor mapping, and as much as three hours of cleaning power before it needs charging. Sounds pretty incredible, doesn’t it? We’ve been testing to find out if all this is as good as Roborock claims. Another level of cleaning intelligence?LDS navigation system 
Qualcomm APQ8053 processor
ReactiveAI obstacle avoidance
Dynamic Z-shaped Cleaning Patterns
Customisable water flow and suction level
The main selling point of the S6 MaxV is its enhanced cleaning intelligence. This new bot uses a combination of an LDS navigation system – that’s laser detection system, acronym lovers – with its front-facing twin-camera setup. These cameras use a ReactiveAI obstacle avoidance technology, which allows the ‘bot to decipher what objects are in its cleaning path and then adjust to account for them.This means, in theory, the S6 MaxV should be able to get closer to objects and clean around them without getting stuck. Things like shoes, toys, any clothing left scattered on the floor. You can also tell the ‘bot within the app whether you’ve got pets in the home and it’ll take extra care to avoid running over accidental pet poop. All this is carried out by a Convolutional Neural Network, which has apparently been trained with thousands of images to help the bot identify objects as it travels your home. If you’re worried about extra cameras about the place, you needn’t be. Roborock says the images captured by the cameras are analysed and deleted immediately,
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