ILIFE A4 has a larger dustbin capacity – 450 ml versus Shark ION ROBOT 750’s 380 ml. So, be ready to empty ROBOT 750’s bin in the middle of the cleaning. ILIFE A4’s suction is 1000 Pa that is enough to remove dust, hair, and paper. Shark ION ROBOT 750’s manufacturer doesn’t mention its suction power on the list of features, but the check of Shark ION ROBOT 750 vs ILIFE A4 demonstrated Shark’s ability to pick up pet hair completely, but it misses food crumbs and paper sometimes (it has no a special mode to handle more serious littering).
There is no significant difference between their using areas. ILIFE A4 and Shark ION ROBOT 750 allows cleaning the territory about 2100 ft2. That is a good performance to clean the dwellings of a medium square.
The test to match their noise level revealed that both units work very quietly. That’s why it is possible to let them work when somebody is sleeping in the house or late at night.
Shark ION ROBOT 750 can pick up to 40% of pet hair from the carpet and up to 70% of sawdust. It manages to remove almost 90% of flour, cat litter, and sawdust from the vinyl and wood floor, as well as up to 70% of animal hair.
ILIFE A4 provide the same rather good cleaning. It fits vinyl and wood floor as well as tile and concrete one. It can pick up debris from the carpet with the aid of rotating brush with bristles in the center of the unit’s bottom.
The Shark ION ROBOT 750 is better robot vacuum in this comparison. Check Shark ION ROBOT 750 price