Take your cleaning further with the Neato D750 connected. With lasers mapping and Navigation, it covers more area in less time, moving around your house logically—not randomly. New zone cleaning lets you pinpoint trouble areas you want to clean more frequently. Turbo mode provides an extra powerful clean, picking up debris you can’t see, while the robotic D-Shape design tracks down dirt in corners and along walls better than others. The D750 is super smart, remembering multiple floor plans and letting you create no-go lines on each, so your robot knows where not to go. And it keeps getting smarter, so you’re first to have the latest features. With up to two hours of battery life, the D750 is perfect for even the largest homes.
Battery capacity: 4200mAh
Dimensions: 31.75×33.52×9.9 cm
Suction power: N/A
Capacity: 0.7 liters
- Many robot vacuums bump into things and randomly move around the house, making it hard to clean. This Neato robot vacuum offers a better way. Using lasers, your Neato sees what’s going on and makes a cool map of your house. This feature helps it navigate furniture and even stop at stairs, cleaning in straight lines, so it doesn’t miss anything. Lasers even let your robot see in the dark.
- Pet hair never quits. It hides in hard to reach places, like in dark corners and along baseboards and walls. This Neato robot comes with a special D-shape design that gets into those hard to clean places better than those round robots.
- A great robot should work around your life. The Neato D7 comes with virtual No-Go Lines, so you can leave your stuff where it is and tell your robot where not to go. That way, it won’t get stuck whether it’s a room full of clothes on the floor or a place for pet bowls. Set up No-Go Lines in the Neato app to block off those areas.
- The suction capacity is quite small
- It is expensive
- It gives loud noise when in motion.
Neato’s D750 offers interactive cleaning maps, long battery life, and better third-party smart home integration than any other robot vacuum.