Latest in Neato Robotics Google Home Now Controls Neato’s Botvac Connected Robot Vacuums
By Steve Crowe · 16 March, 2017 • 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.Neato Botvac Connected Robot Vacuum Adds Amazon Alexa Voice Control
By Steve Crowe · 22 November, 2016 • Users can now control the Neato Botvac Connected robot vacuum using Amazon Alexa voice control on the Echo or Echo Dot. Alexa voice control allows you to start, stop, pause, and resume the Botvac Connected's cleaning cycle.Neato Botvac D3 Connected vs. Botvac D5 Connected Robot Vacuum Comparison
By RT Staff · 1 September, 2016 • Neato introduced two robot vacuums, the Botvac D3 Connected and Botvac D5 Connected, at IFA in Berlin. We compare the new models.Neato Botvac Connected Adds Smartwatch Controls
By Steve Crowe · 3 March, 2016 • A new app update now allows an Apple Watch or Android Wear device to control Neato Robotics' WiFi-enabled Botvac Connected robot vacuum. The Apple Watch and Android Wear devices allow you to start and stop the Botvac Connected robot vacuum and monitor its cleanup progress.Botvac Connected Robot Vacuum Steers via Smartphone
By Steve Crowe · 1 September, 2015 • Neato's Botvac Connected robot vacuum laser maps its environment and has Wi-Fi connectivity so you can control it from anywhere using a smartphone.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.
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