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About Living Smarter

Hi there! My name is Morten and I am a tech, electronics, and software enthusiast who is passionate about finding new, funny, and creative names for games and other projects. I have a background in digital concept development and multimedia design, which has given me a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field.

Currently, I work as a Product Manager in a software house. My job involves everything related to the product, from software and electronics to marketing and communication. This allows me to stay up to date and informed about the latest trends and developments in the tech industry.

In my spare time, I am an avid follower of YouTubers in the tech, science, and technology field. I have learned a lot about EV’s, IoT, technology and science over the years from them. I decided to start my own website, Living Smarter, to share the information and experience I have collected over the past few years in a written format. The site is focused on providing helpful tips, advice, and know-how on various topics such as robot vacuum cleaners, to help people make informed decisions and get the best out of their products.

With my deep understanding of technology, software, and electronics and my passion for creative naming, I am the perfect choice for finding new, funny, and creative names for games and other projects. My knowledge and expertise in the field make me an invaluable resource for anyone looking to create a unique and memorable name for their game or product.

About the site Living Smarter

Living Smarter is a website with information and experience I’ve collected over the past few years. There is a lot of good-to-know stuff and other know-how for example about robot vacuum cleaners, that are really helpful and can give you an overall better experience. Also when you are considering buying a Robot Vacuum Cleaner, for example, I want to give you insight into which one to choose and depending on what you choose, what should you look out for. This is to avoid problems and in general just so you can get the absolute best out of your robot vacuum cleaner. 

I actually started looking into general tips and advice after I got my first robot vacuum cleaner, this was because I didn’t start with thinking a little about what environment I was going to use my robot vacuum cleaner in. It’s necessary to know about external factors that can impact the effectiveness of your robot vacuum cleaner. Like animal hair, long hair, how many people are living in the house, is it only for dust, is it going to be used twice a day or once a week. Many questions like that are going to impact your choice on which robot vacuum cleaner you should get. All these things first came to mind after the fact that I bought a robot vacuum cleaner, which was kind of stupid because I ended up buying the wrong thing. My problem at that time was my girlfriend’s very long hair, the vacuum cleaner was simply not good enough to handle it, so I ended up buying a new one for general use instead and using the old one in the office where I often sit. 

The same concept is applied to all categories on this site whether it’s about smart lighting, mopping, security, connectivity, or any other category. I want to make sure that you make an informed decision before you make any impulsive purchases.

My hope is, that you’ll find the site helpful and useful in your quest to make your life and home smarter.

What robot vacuums do I own?

I own two Robot Vacuums: Neato D4 and a Roomba s9.
I’ve had the Neato D4 for the longest time. It was also my first robot vacuum. I’ve been very happy with it, and it’s the robot vacuum that has enabled me to learn so much about them and gain so much experience.

I’ve had it for over 4 years now, so I’ve been a robot vacuum owner for over 4 years. In this period I’ve learned so much about how it cleans, what the pros and cons are, battery life, accessories, maintenance, and so much more.

I got the Roomba s9, not because it was a replacement for my Neato D4, but just because I had multiple floors and floor types to clean. I think Roombas has the best options for working on multiple floor types.

I have the Neato D4 in the kitchen and the Roomba cleaning everywhere else.

You can read all about the experience I’ve had with my robot vacuums in this category


Morten P. – EV Enthusiast

Experience in electrical engineering, programming, digital design, and product management.

Currently working as a product manager in a software firm and daily working with new and exciting technologies.

Writing for this blog is a passion and a way to keep informed and learn new things every day.

If you want to reach out to me personally, find me on Linkedin here:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/mopradk/