Ecovacs Deebot T10 Series: Robot vacuum cleaners with advanced AI navigation

Ecovacs is upgrading its range of high-end robot vacuums with the addition of Deebot T10, T10 Plus and T10 Turbo. The trio bring an improved AI navigation and mapping system as well as a self-emptying dock to the latest two models.


  • Ecovacs launches Deebot T10 series robot vacuum cleaners
  • Deebot T10 Plus, T10 Turbo come with self-emptying docks
  • The Deebot T10 Plus is reduced by $750

Dubbed AIVI 3.0, Deebot T10 series’ custom AI-based obstacle function enables faster object recognition. The new avoidance system is 16 times more accurate when detecting household objects and furniture according to Ecovacs.

Additionally, one of the cameras can be used for home surveillance when you are away, which is similar to the recently launched Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra. For privacy reasons, the robot vacuum cleaner will notify you when the front camera is on. There is also smart home integration with vacuum cleaners. Alexa and Google Assistant work with the entire Deebot T10 series.

In terms of cleaning, all models have a suction power of 3000 Pa and an oscillating cleaning system. Once a carpet is detected, the Deebot T10 will automatically pause mopping. The vacuums get up to 195 minutes of run time on a single charge.

This image shows the Deebot T10 Turbo and the self-cleaning dock. / © Ecovacs

Difference of Deebot T10 vs T10 Plus vs T10 Turbo

The difference with these models starts on the Deebot T10 Plus with a self-emptying dock that can hold dirt for up to 60 days. You will only get one charging station for the vanilla Deebot T10.

If you opt for a fully automated vacuum robot, the Deebot T10 Turbo even offers a self-cleaning dock like on the Xiaomi Mijia All-in-One vacuum cleaner. Its docking station washes and dries the vacuum’s dual mop. The four-liter tank is designed to clean up to 400 square meters (4300 square feet).

Deebot T10 Series Pricing and Availability

The Deebot T10 Plus is currently listed on the official Ecovacs homepage in the US for $750, which is $200 off the recommended retail price of $950. The more capable Deebot T10 Turbo will be available in July for $1,099.

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