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TCL Europe unveils its latest smart home line-up

The new Sweeva vacuum cleaner. (Source: TCL)
The new Sweeva vacuum cleaner. (Source: TCL)
TCL has announced a range of electronics designed to make the user's home life "easier" today (April 12, 2022). They include the latest generation of its Sweeva robotic vacuum cleaners and Breeva air purifiers. They are joined by TCL-brand "smart" washer/dryer and air conditioners this year.

TCL might be best known as a maker of display products or home theater equipment; however, it is also determined to become known as a smart-home and smart appliance brand. Therefore, it has made its  European-market product event a 'whole smart home' showcase, with new additions to lines such as its Sweeva sub-brand.

These new 3000M and 3500M robot cleaners seek to follow their 6500 predecessor by sweeping and mopping at a choice of 4 different levels, topping out at 2,700 pascals. The new Sweeva variants adopt gyroscopic navigation for autonomic floor exploration and cleaning, and can auto-detect carpets.

The 3000M and 3500M also feature washable HEPA filters, and are also rated to sanitize as they clean using UV-C. The 3500M does set itself apart with auto-homing when its bin is full, however. They are joined on the European market by the Breeva Pro 700 and 400 air purifiers, rated to cover air-spaces of 84 and 42 square meters respectively.

They also boast HEPA filters, as well as a proprietary breevaShield 5-stage filtration system, touted for 99.97% efficacy in removing PM2.5 and 0.3μm (some bacteria, dust, pollen and mites included) particles. The new Breeva machines also have UV-powered sterilization specs in common with its TCL vacuuming cousins.

These smart domestic products are joined by the slightly less expected TCL P2-series washer and washer-dryer. The OEM asserts that they are rendered "smart" through abilities such as detergent auto-dosing and cycle-setting and water consumption automatically chosen based on load weight.

The P2 machines also have interesting features such as using potentially hygiene-boosting steam, as well as a new Air Refresh Program, which purports to eliminate sources of odor such as bacteria in a detergent-free manner in only 25 minutes.

Finally, TCL has announced the FreshIN, a "premium" new air conditioner. It can apparently adjust for temperature to prevent discomfiting chilly blasts of its fresh air output, which is kept at a wide angle using a 360° Airflow design. TCL has yet to announce pricing or release dates for these new automated-home products, however.

TCL introduces new Breeva...
TCL introduces new Breeva...
...FreshIN...
...FreshIN...
and P2-series smart home appliances. (Source: TCL)
and P2-series smart home appliances. (Source: TCL)

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-04-12 (Update: 2022-04-12)