Leave the vac­u­um­ing to the ro­bot by let­ting Neato’s pow­er­ful new Bot­vac D7 Con­nected clean house. Time to put your feet up!

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Suck up dirt – ef­fort­free – and save time with the smartest ro­bot vac ever: Neato’s Bot­vac D7 Con­nected

We’re so over vac­u­um­ing. It’s sweaty work and there are far more ex­cit­ing things we could be do­ing in­stead of suck­ing up dust-balls from un­der the sofa. If you’re of the same mind­set, Neato wants to end your house labour woes with its new ro­bot vac­uum, the Bot­vac D7 Con­nected. It sounds ace, but be warned: ini­tial pric­ing sug­gests it could cost north of four fig­ures.

To jus­tify that price tag, Neato’s mar­ket­ing the Bot­vac D7 Con­nected as “the most pow­er­ful, in­tu­itive and con­nected ro­bot vac­uum you will ever own”. (Which seems like an overly bold claim. Ever ever?) It’s set­ting out to achieve this with a range of smart clean­ing and map­ping fea­tures, plus a new and im­proved Neato app of­fer­ing ad­di­tional alerts and a Clean­ing Sum­mary Map.

LaserS­mart tech helps the new Bot­vac to pre­cisely map and nav­i­gate rooms, so it’s not bump­ing around all the time, while ro­bust suc­tion, an ul­tra-per­for­mance fil­ter, turbo mode and an im­proved brush sys­tem should com­bine to de­liver a pow­er­ful clean.

Use the Bot­vac D7 Con­nected in Dis­cov­ery Mode and it will cre­ate a per­son­alised MyFloorPlan (which you can ac­cess via the app). To this you can add vir­tual ‘No-Go’ lines, block­ing off any rooms you don’t want cleaned at that point in time. The vac­uum is also launch­ing with IFTTT com­pat­i­bil­ity, en­abling in­te­gra­tion with Alexa, Google Home, Ap­ple Watch and Neato ChatBot for Face­book.

It rolls out this spring, with a price of US$799 ($1,013) – you can check out neatorobotics.com for more in­for­ma­tion.

LaserS­mart tech helps the Bot­vac to map and nav­i­gate rooms while ro­bust suc­tion de­liv­ers a pow­er­ful clean

The D-shape helps the cleaner get into cor­ners with­out scuff­ing them (and it’ll re­mem­ber where the walls are once it’s been around the room)

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