This week, the Verge has released a new robot vacuum, a high-end version of the original, that’s capable of lifting 10 pounds (4 kilograms) of debris in less than five minutes.
This isn’t the first time the Verge and other tech media outlets have covered high-powered vacuum robots, and the first one to actually deliver them was the first to go to market.
But the Verge’s model, the Supercharged, is a bit more ambitious.
It’s the first supercharged vacuum model we’ve seen to come to market with a range of features to help customers maximize efficiency and cost, according to the Verge.
The Verge Supercharged model features a supercharged compressor, which is capable of generating a much more powerful vacuum with less waste heat.
This allows for more efficient cleaning and cleaning of the debris in the vacuum.
It also has a larger storage space, which allows for much more capacity for cleaning and servicing.
The Supercharged is the first model from a company that’s actually making money on its products, according the Verge, and its a big win for its parent company.
The product is priced around $1,500 and can be ordered now on Amazon for $999.99.
The company is also working on another high-tech vacuum model, called the Rival, which promises to be a better version of its Supercharged.