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The more premium Botvac D6 Connected is front and center. Behind it sits the Botvac D4 Connected, a robot vacuum with a lower price and smaller feature set.

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On the top surface of the Botvac D6 Connected is an attractive brushed metal finish.

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The Botvac D6 Connected comes with a side brush, something you don't get with the D4.

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Inside the dustbin on the D6 is a "high-performance" air filter. It has a finer mesh to trap more particles (including fluff from dogs and cats).

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The Botvac D6 Connected uses its charging base to top off its battery. This robot vacuum also is capable of multiple floor cleaning thanks to multilevel floor plans.

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Here's the Botvac D4 Connected docked and charging. It has a shorter runtime than the D6 and a smaller-capacity battery.

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The D4's top surface is plastic, not metal like the D6. Still, it's textured with a pattern to make it visually interesting. 

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Looking at the underside of the Botvac D4, you may notice there's no side brush.

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The air filter bundled with the D4 is more porous than the D6's "high-performance" filter.

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