The electric broom is a tool which, because it is so easy to handle, has been and is still being popular, especially among flat dwellers. But not all that glitters is gold, and although it is better than a dustpan and broom for cleaning, it cannot be compared to a vacuum cleaner.
While its small size makes it easy to handle, corded and cordless models have flaws that make it uncomfortable to use. Corded models slow down cleaning because the cord itself gets in the way and because you have to plug into different sockets to cover the whole house. Cordless models, on the other hand, have long battery recharging times that become more frequent as time goes by.
The electric broom, to be a handy tool, has a necessarily small motor and, therefore, a low vacuum power. Not to mention that the motor's vent is built into the broom itself, resulting in the release of dust and micro-dust into the home and the inability to thoroughly clean surfaces.