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Google Home Now Controls Neato’s Botvac Connected Robot Vacuums

Neato Robotics Botvac Connected Series robot vacuums can now be controlled with Google Home. Not only can you use your voice and Google's virtual assistant to start, stop and pause robot vacuums, you can schedule cleanings, check the vacuum's battery level and more.
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Neato Robotics XV Signature Pro Robot Vacuum
By RT Staff · 19 December, 2014 • The Neato XV Signature Pro robot vacuum from Neato Robotics uses the company's laser-guided navigation to map out a room and clean in a systematic fashion. The robot vacuum offers two kinds of filtration, works on all types of flooring, except for thick carpeting, and returns to its charging base when it needs a battery recharge.
Neato Robotics Botvac 85 Robot Vacuum
By RT Staff · 18 December, 2014 • The Botvac 85 from Neato Robotics features a combo brush specifically design for picking up pet hair. It also features Botvision laser-guided technology scans and maps the room.
Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum
By RT Staff · 16 December, 2014 • The Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum features a 360-degree panoramic camera with eight infrared sensors that take up to 30 images per second to map its environment. And owners can remotely control the robot vacuum with a smartphone or tablet with the Dyson Link App.
iRobot Roomba 880 Vacuum Cleaning Robot
By RT Staff · 15 December, 2014 • The Roomba 880 Vacuum Cleaning Robot is iRobot’s most advanced vacuum yet, removing up to 50% more dirt, dust, hair and debris than previous Roomba models.
iRobot Roomba 870 Vacuum Cleaning Robot
By RT Staff · 14 December, 2014 • The iRobot Roomba 870 Vacuum Cleaning Robot features AeroForce Performance Cleaning System to remove up to 50% more dirt, dust, hair and debris from all floor types. And the tangle-free AeroForce Extractors are virtually maintenance-free, making it even easier for Roomba to tackle daily dirt build-up.
Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum Maps, Cleans Rooms
By Charles Arthur, The Guardian · 4 September, 2014 • The Dyson 360 Eye robotic vacuum has a machine vision system that maps an entire room from a single camera lens and a lightweight digital motor that enhances battery life. It can be controlled remotely via a smartphone app – and reports on where it has been.

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