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  • According to the reports, Samsung is looking for Dyson to pay them as much as $9.4 million in damages, claiming that the company had infringed upon one of their patents related to vacuum cleaner design. Actually it was back in 2013 that Dyson themselves had filed a lawsuit against Samsung over the design of the Motion Sync vacuum cleaner made by Samsung, although Dyson has since withdrawn the case against Samsung several months later. We’re not sure if Samsung’s latest lawsuit against Dyson is retaliation for the initial lawsuit filed against them, but with the report that Samsung has calculated its brand value to be around 63 trillion won and could be looking at additional damages.

    Over the past couple of years, whenever Samsung is mentioned in a lawsuit, it is usually related to mobile phones and chances are . However as a reminder, Samsung deals with a multitude of products, ranging from smartphones to tablets, to home electronics such as televisions, speakers, fridges, and even vacuum cleaners. That being said, it seems that Samsung will be suing UK-based company, Dyson, over a vacuum cleaner design patent in which Samsung claims that Dyson is trying to hamper

  • There are dozens of patents covering cyclonic and other types of vacuum cleaners, including many filed byJames Dyson and his associates. Here are a few worth looking at if you want to study cyclonic vacuum cleaner design in more detail:

    Each vacuum cleaner is designed to perform a different set of cleaning capabilities, and it is up to you to decide which works best for your needs.

  • Vacuum cleaners are designed to absorb dust from floors and other surfaces, using suction created by an air pump in the unit. Besides the manually operated type, robotic or autonomous vacuum cleaners have also been designed to make the task easier. Vacuum cleaners are extensively used in the residential sector and demand for residential robotic vacuum cleaners is expected to increase substantially over the next five to six years. Residential robotic vacuum cleaners can be programmed to navigate around a specific space and then return to its respective docking station in order to recharge the unit's batteries. Components of robotic vacuum cleaners include programming software, power system, cleaning system and batteries. Besides floor cleaning capability, some units are able to absorb dust from the atmosphere, and even clean hard-to-reach corners. Robotic vacuum cleaners are also designed to perform tasks such as mopping and UV sterilization. Robotic vacuum cleaners offer ease of access, enhanced reliability and performance, and cost-effective cleaning solutions

vacuum cleaner design for ‘simply storage’

Vacuum cleaner design used to focus exclusively on cleaning effectiveness, ease of operation, and low noise level. Since about 1990, however, almost all major manufacturers have also produced lines to reduce dust and allergens during vacuuming. These units usually have removable plastic canisters to contain the dust and are less to let fine particles escape through the bags and back into the air. Many are also equipped with replaceable filters for very fine particles. The partial vacuum produced by the fan has been improved, with more powerful motors and fans that still operate quietly. Panasonic's models feature a bypass motor that pulls dirt directly into the bag preventing wobble of the fan and possible motor burnout. These models also have onboard attachments; the suction can be transferred directly to the attachments. Lighter materials and a lighter total weight for these units compensate for the weight of the attachments.