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Roborock S7 Wins 2021 Popular Science “Best Of What’s New” Award

Robot Vacuum and Mop Cleans Up the Competition, Securing “Home” Category Award

Roborock, creator of ultra-intelligent home robotics engineered to simplify life, announced its premium Roborock S7 robot vacuum and mop was named a winner in the 2021 Popular Science Best of What’s New Awards. The annual awards that highlight the most groundbreaking, culture-shifting products and technologies of the year recognized the Roborock S7 for its proprietary VibraRise technology that detects carpet and lifts its mopping attachment to avoid any mishaps.

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“This recognition is a testament to our team’s reputation for pushing the boundaries of engineering and design to pioneer the future of elegant, intelligent home cleaning solutions,” said Richard Chang, Chief Executive Officer of Roborock. “The S7 takes ‘effortless’ to the next level with industry-first technology and is the exemplar candidate for the prestigious annual Popular Science awards, recognizing transformative achievements leading the evolution of the “Home.”

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Each year, the editors of Popular Science review thousands of products in search of the top 100 innovations—breakthrough products and technologies that represent significant advancements in their categories. Best of What’s New Awards are presented to products and technologies in 10 categories: Aerospace, Automotive, Engineering, Entertainment, Gadgets, Health, Home, Personal Care, Sports & Outdoors and Security.


“The Best of What’s New Awards celebrates the year’s greatest feats of human ingenuity – the steps towards safer, healthier, more-sustainable, and happier days ahead,” says Popular Science Editor-in-Chief Corinne Iozzio. “Despite the supply chain challenges making headlines in 2021, breakthroughs across all our categories have helped us glimpse a future brimming with possibilities. This collection, which includes everything from an artificial intelligence mapping more-efficient airline routes to mountain-bike shocks that adjust themselves on the fly, is full of items we’re proud to dub the Best of What’s New.”

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