When Dyson speaks, people listen. This is why Sir James Dyson's (yes, he's been knighted) recent announcement that he's stopped developing corded vacuums may well change the way you clean, as other companies likely will follow suit.
Dyson's announcement comes on the heels of the release of the Cyclone V10 cord-free vacuum, which is said to have the most powerful suction of any cordless vacuum currently on the market.
So why is cordless so much better? Because you won't be tripping over and having to deal with an annoying cord, obviously. But building cordless vacuums is easier said than done. So that's why it's exciting that Dyson has figured out how to give their cordless vacuums the same suction strength as their corded. To summarize, this accomplishment means game's on for Dyson's competitors.
The Dyson Cyclone V10 comes in two varieties: the Absolute and the Animal. The Absolute comes in at $699.99 and boasts two additional cleaner heads. The Animal is $599.99 and is specifically engineered for homes with pets. Their batteries last up to 60 minutes, and they can be docked on the wall to charge. You can purchase the Cyclone V10s here.