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The Neato Botvac 85 costs $600.

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Charging on its docking station.

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The Botvac line retains that classic Neato-brand robot vacuum shape.

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It has 1200 watts of AC power.

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Cleaning hardwood.

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The Botvac display is a bit more modern than the brand's XV line.

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In addition to its regular cleaning mode, Botvac's spot mode targets a space 4 feet by 6 feet.

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Neato gave its Botvac models a side brush.

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The side brush allows the bot to clean closer to edges.

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The 85's main brush measures 10.9 inches long.

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It can tackle carpets as well as bare floors.

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The Botvac 85 comes with three high-performance filters.

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