Hey what's up! Today we're gonna take a look at the new vacuum robot 2, which just got out in the xiaomi store and his new floor cleaner does not only vacuum and sweep but it can actually mop your floor
as well. -How about that… let's go! In the box you'll find the vacuum cleaner, some instructions, a water reservoir, two mops, extra filters, the
docking station and the power adapter. If you're familiar with the first
generation Xiaomi vacuum cleaner You'll notice that this second generation looks
very similar. But this one has improved laser tracking, it can ride over higher thresholds, and it's got a floor mopping feature so it's definitely an
improvement over the first generation. The vacuum cleaner robot can be
programmed to clean portions of the map it can be programmed to clean at certain
times and it's got built-in Wi-Fi allowing you to set it up with the Mi
Home APP. However, you should be able to use it standalone as well, but it's got a lot more features when you've got it set up in the app. This thing has a lot of sensors on board. On the front there's this rubber bumper that detects collision, the LDS sensor on top scans the surroundings there's four anti-drop sensors, an edge-sensor,
virtual wall sensors, and a sensor that locates the charging-dock to autonomously go back to the docking station when its power gets low. The Roborock came with an extra filter which, by the way, can be taken off
and cleaned with water as well and these filters and brushes can be additionally bought but each of them should last you for about 200 to 300 hours of cleaning so they should last for a pretty long time. It has a 5200 mah battery that should be able to clean for 2.5 hours, or about 250 square meters. It uses 55 watts with a maximum suction power of 2,000 PA… I don't know exactly how strong that is in comparison with others, So I've lined up a whole bunch of stuff and I have placed all of it in the center of the path, as well as next to the wall to see how well it would sweep that up. So in the first run you'll notice it has some trouble with the torn-up paper… all of it actually gets sucked in except for a few small pieces of paper and that's probably because these are quite large. It left behind a few crumbs of the
stepped-on cookies but the rest is all gone. so I did a second run and I was
quite surprised to see that really everything had been swept up. I believe
the manual suggests to vacuum at least once or twice before using it with the
floor mop installed. Make sure you first fill the reservoir with water and soak up the mop with water as well. Insert the mop on the
water reservoir, and install the water reservoir on the backside of the vacuum
by simply sliding it in place until it clicks. So in this instance I did a third
sweep with the mop attached and that works really really well for such a
simple mopping system. Also good to note is that the vacuum cleaner might not
make it over two centimeter thresholds with the water reservoir attached. Let's look at how to install it in the app. First you gotta make sure that the
dock is powered and that the vacuum is placed correctly in the dock. When you power it on you'll hear a pretty happy sound, followed by a message saying that the vacuum is charging. You can open up the lid to see if the Wi-Fi is enabled, after which you can install it pretty much like any other device within the Mi Home app. After its installed you can let the vacuum cleaner do its first run and it will map out the areas and actually create a map inside of the device page in the Mi Home APP. Once it's vacuumed the whole floor once you can set up the vacuum cleaner to go on a cleaning session and you can also select
a portion of the map to be cleaned as well, and it will just clean that
specific portion. It should have a built-in stairs detection so I had to
test that out, and to my surprise that worked really
really well! It was the first time I ran it in this hall. And at the end of the hall there's a staircase… So I was quite happy to see that it really
detects these stairs, and that it doesn't run off them. – actually it does that really
really well. it should also be capable of going over to centimeter thresholdswhich is a significant improvement over the first generation. Unfortunately, my
doors thresholds are quite a bit higher than that and it didn't like that…. I did try it out with a magazine and I did some tests to see how it would work. So, I did not manage to get it over my four centimeter high thresholds, as I kind of expected, however it did manage to go over these magazines… I guess you'll really have to either make a sort of a ramp on your threshold or simply get lower thresholds. In the Mi Home APP you can do a lot with the vacuum cleaner. You could remotely turn it on but also select a portion of the map to be cleaned. You can also pause the cleaning and have it returned to the dock. In the settings you can set up the timezone and volume settings of the spoken notifications. Here you can also choose to mute those if you want. And you can set up timers in case you want scheduled cleanups and under cleanup mode you can
set its suction strength from quiet-mode to turbo and maximum. There's a bit of a
difference in the level so I've tried to capture that for you right here. *Vacuum sound You could additionally download a whole bunch of different Chinese voice packs, and a English voice so there's not much choice here. Maybe I can send you guys some
voice packs of my voice…..? starting cleanup *Starting cleanup* You can turn off notifications, as per default you will get a notification when it's done with cleaning. Under general settings you can change its name, share it with other people, and install firmware updates. Under the care menu you can see stats of when you can replace the filter and the brushes and when you should clean the sensors, as these can get dusty every 30 hours. Besides that you can find a user manual and an option to locate the Roborock, when you don't know where it is, I guess …. So to conclude:I think it's a really awesome device needless to say I am very much impressed with its functions and it works surprisingly good. I personally wish they could have made it go over three centimeter thresholds, but yeah… It also seems they've made the dock a little less high on this second generation, which is really awesome as I can have the vacuum actually docked
underneath my sofa, so it's really never visible. Also great to see is that the vacuum cleaners work really well with the Xiaomi AI speaker. I tried asking if it
would clean the floor and, yeah, that worked perfectly.
-laziness 3.0… so that's it for the Roborock 2nd generation smart vacuum cleaning robot. If you like this video don't forget to leave a like and subscribe to this channel -if you have not done that yet. Also if you want to buy the Roborock or any of its accessories I've put down some links in
the description below this video. As always thank you guys for watching and I hope to see y'all soon. Peace!

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