While we normally spend time on this blog talking about the advtanges and conveniences afforded by computer hardware and software, there are many other areas where technological advances are just starting to find their ways into our homes and lives.
A prime example of this is with home and kitchen ware items. Just when you think that you’ve seen everything and there’s no possibilities for advancement in this technology, products hit the market which push the envelope even for the most seasoned of tech.
An example would be the vacuum cleaner, believe it or not.
Using traditional vacuum cleaners can be very strenuous at times. The traditional types are very heavy and not easy to transport. Plus, there’s always that darn cord there to contend with.
For those and other reasons, the stick vacuum represents a huge leap forward and technological advancement for the vacuum.
Stick vacuums are one of the cordless cleaners that offer more and efficient ways of cleaning that the traditional vacuums cannot offer.
In fact, there are many parallels between how stick vacuums are disruptive technology in the homemaking market with software and hardware advancements in computing.
For example, let’s list the problems with traditional, corded vacuums. It helps to think of these as “mainframes” from the 1960s and how different those were form the mobile computing options available today:
- Traditional vacuums with cords waste time and drain energy at the same time. Looking for a jack to plug the cord into is always irritating.
- Sometimes the cord does not stretch far enough which frustrates the cleaner most times.
Now, in comparison to the new technology of the stick vacuum:
- The size is also manageable which makes storage easy.
- These cleaners are very flexible.
- They can be used on a variety of surfaces such as wooden floors, which traditional ones cannot perform well.
- Corners, sofas, bed mattresses and baseboards can also be cleaned easily using this type of vacuum cleaner.
What’s more, stick vacuums are made in such a way that they sit upright vertically. They allow the user to easily wheel it around without bending or carrying additional items on your back (like the cords).
Moreover, using embedded software and sensors, stick vacuums have check bag indicators that notify the user when the dust bag is full.
They say software is eating the world…well, now it looks like software is cleaning it too!
It also has self-sealing bags and buttons which are easy to reach. They provide extraordinary suction power making this type of vacuum cleaner outperform the traditional ones. It has a wind tunnel that gives a good edge cleaning. This will make short work of cat fur, dirt, cat litter, sand and popcorn since it provides little challenge for the brush system. The cordless brush system is easily adjustable by finger control. It therefore makes the transition of carpet to hardwood floors and vice versa easy. The stick have a large dirt canister, which is easy to remove and empty.
When it comes to color and style, there are many that a person can choose from. This is because the manufactures understand that the majority of the users are women. The colors range from orange to bright pink to more traditional colors like black and white. Your preference will be definitely be found. Las escobas electricas comes with a lithium-ion battery that maintains power over ninety percent of the battery charge. This enables provision of constant power when vacuuming. The lithium-ion battery is easy to remove from the vacuum cleaner and fit into the charger.
La escoba electrica — as they say south of the border — are also very cheap compared to traditional vacuums considering the extent and the convenience of cleaning that it comes with. Stick vacuum cleaners are a good investment for anyone who wants flexibility and efficiency in their cleaning.
When you take all these factors into consideration, it’s easy to see the parallels between stick vacuums to traditional vacuum cleaners with software and internet services taking out former brick and mortar industries. It’s yet another example and lesson of the long-reaching arm of technology.
The stick vacuum — a destructive industry in its own!