Vacuuming is functional, and sometimes it’s bloody expensive, but rarely would I use the term “fashionable” to describe this weekly chore. And yet, this Toshiba/Electrolux collaboration, inexplicably called the Escargot, exists.
Normally, I don’t find humidifiers exciting, but this one makes for an exception.
Is it really necessary to stick 13 sensors, a camera, extra gyroscopes and crash sensors into these vacuuming robots? I’m all for improved gadgets, but I just plain don’t want my vacuum able to take photos of my knickers.