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The Neato XV Essential robot vacuum.

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Remove the center compartment to empty the dust bin.

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The Neato charging hub.

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The dust bin includes a removable filter.

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Neato sensors scan the room to decide what cleaning route to follow.

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The $379 Neato XV Essential costs $70 less than the Neato XV Signature Pro.

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Maneuverable wheels help this Neato navigate around the room.

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This Neato maintains a low profile so it can fit under furniture.

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The brush works on both bare and carpeted floors.

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When the Neato XV Essential completes a cleaning cycle it returns to the hub to charge.

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The Neato will let you know if it needs to charge more before going on a run.

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The underside of the Neato XV Essential.

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