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Cheapest Samsung VR9000 Price in Malaysia is RM 3,199.00

The Samsung VR9000 is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Samsung VR9000 price in Malaysia is RM 3,199.00 from Lazada. Samsung VR9000 price details are updated February 2019.

News about Samsung VR9000

The Mobile World Congress (a.k.a MWC) 2018, one of the biggest events in the mobile industry has just recently ended last Friday in Barcelona. As we look back at the festivities, MWC this year felt a little underwhelming, probably because Samsung stole the show before the event even officially began with the launch of the Galaxy S9. Nevertheless, the show still had its fair share of highlights that is worth talking about. Hence, below are some of the most notable handsets that were seen last week.

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Samsung VR9000 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateAug 2014
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Charging time1.5 h
Dust container typeBagless
Colour of productBlack, White
Built-in displayYes
Display typeLED
Remotely operatedYes
Dust capacity (total)0.7 L
Noise level76 dB
Cleaning speed320 mm/sec
Vacuum cleaner programsAuto, Spot
Dirt separating methodCyclonic
Automatic base station returnYes
Integrated sensorsCamera
Navigation typeMapping

Reviews of Samsung VR9000
Reviewed on 2016-02-12
An actual vacuum cleaner in a robotic vacuum cleaner, and not just another sweeper; Obstacle detection works pretty well; Can be controlled using an app; Supports scheduling; Finds its own way home (eventually); Point and clean is one of the coolest featu...
Slower than you when it comes to taking out a vacuum and doing the chores; Quiet isn't quiet at all, and the other modes; No ability to determine when stubborn particles need different speeds of suction; App needs work; Virtual guard relies on D batteries...
The home of the future will come with robot butlers and maids and chefs and cleaners, but until that happens, you'll have to settle for a robot vacuum. Is this the future now, or just some cheap gimmick?Robotic vacuums aren't exactly anything new, but the...
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