Xiaomi backs Dyson’s Chinese challenger Dreame in $15 million round
Once known for its affordable smartphones, Xiaomi has in recent years been transforming itself into an online mall for consumer electronics by making deals and building relationships with hundreds of
If you’re going to buy a desk vacuum, it might as well be a Zamboni
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/zamboni2.jpg">Now that you’re aware of this Zamboni desk vacuum’s existence, to buy any other desk vacuum would be downright silly, w
Old-school USB vacuum is tiny, really works
<img src="http://crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/usb-vacuum-1.jpg" alt="USB vacuum" />Please observe a fully-working, tiny USB-powered retro vacuum cleaner. It looks cool! Hope you live in t
Review: Dirt Devil AccuCharge 15.6 Volt Stick Vac
Short Version: The Dirt Devil AccuCharge 15.6 Volt Stick Vac is a powerful, cordless, rechargeable vacuum cleaner that really, really sucks. It’s priced quite nicely at $65.99, too.
WTF – CEDIA edition
Wait; they’re industrial vacuums…at the same trade show as 150k projectors….alright.
James Dyson on Engineering and Design
Convergence gone awry with the vacuum mouse
What’s worse; That this mouse is also a vacuum cleaner or that the tagline is “Who said cleaning can’t be mouseverlous”? If you’re still reading this, the mouse itself is
The Rideable Vacuum Cleaner: Yes, We Wish It Were Real, Too
Everybody can go home after they read this because I really, highly doubt you’re likely to see anything as amazing as this today. It’s a rideable vacuum cleaner. Just let that sentence sin
Vacuums that Really Suck!
If you’ve seen the ads for a Dyson vacuum you probably wonder if they really work as well the commercials suggest. Actually they do. And unlike those lame Hoovers, which look like something my grand
Track Vac: Checkered Flags, Clean Floors
My friend Ben tells a great story about going to see Talladega Nights when the film first opened in theaters. A few rows ahead of him was a family of five, and you could tell they were very into NASCA