Neato D5 uses app smarts to keep your floors clean
The Neato Botvac D5 Connected sits right in the middle of Neato's robot vacuum line up.
As you might expect, it comes with some features not included on the company's budget D3 model.
For instance, it has a higher capacity battery to To clean a larger area between charges.
It has a side brush and an improved filter, too, to capture more dirt.
And, like all of Neato's connective series vacuums, it links to your home Wi-Fi so you can control it with the handy mobile app.
It comes in at a reasonable $599.
And the app is pretty cool too, here's how you use it.
Before you jump in though, consider these issues.
This vacuum doesn't handle pet hair as well as other robot vacuums.
You can't control it with Amazon's Alexa voice assistant either.
And it doesn't have special cleaning modes Or generate coverage maps of the area it cleans in your house.
The Neato Botvac D5 offers plenty of robot vacuum for the price, but if you're gonna spend $600 on a vacuum you might as well spend $100 extra and get Neato's top of the line product that cleans a lot better and has lots more cool, smart features.
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