This Vacuum Adjusts Air Flow and Suction to Maximize Cleaning

By: Andrew Sztein - Published: • References: appliancist & gizmodo
Getting your carpets so clean you can eat off them will be easier than ever with this new vacuum cleaner from Samsung that will actually adjust air flow and suction power based on how much dirt being sucked into the machine.

Why not just run the vacuum at full power all the time like any college student who bothers to vacuum? In this case, the lower the power output and less dirt the sensors pick up while cleaning, the quieter the machine will run. Think of it this way: if you're super clean, you'll be rewarded with a quiet vacuuming experience. If you're picking up the equivalent of the Sahara desert in your living room, the vacuum will yell at you for it.

The SC96, featuring a distinct multi-chambered design from Samsung will run between $300 and $450 depending on the model. Stats for Dirt-Detecting Vacuum Cleaners Trending: Older & Chilly
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