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