Neato XV-14 All-Floor Robotic Vacuum
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It scans, maps, and plans: Most other robot vacuums move around a room at random. They bump into walls, bump into furniture. They go in circles, cleaning some spots several times and others not at all. But Neato knows exactly where it’s going at all times. Its remarkable laser eye uses infrared light to scan the surroundings five times every second. The result is a highly accurate 360 degree map of the room and any obstacles. Then the robot efficiently cleans in a pattern of straight, overlapping lines.
Don’t you dare call it a sweeper: A lot of robot “vacuums” are really just sweepers. Their low vacuum power is merely an add-on, but not the Neato. It’s the most powerful robot vacuum available today. At the core of every Neato is a centrifugal compression-impeller that uses jet engine airflow principles to create high-powered suction. You can count on it to pick up everything a traditional vacuum would–dirt, pet hair, dust, cereal, and more.
Obstacle avoidance: As it moves around a room, the robot’s sensor enables it to avoid obstacles like furniture, walls, stairs and pets.
It takes care of itself: A Neato can handle large floor plans, because it automatically recharges its batteries. When it’s low on power, the robot simply returns to its base and recharges. Then it returns to clean, right where it left off.
Bagless: With a Neato there are no bags to buy or throw away. All the dirt and debris is collected in the Neato’s top-loading dirt bin. When the bin is full, you simply empty it into your trash.
Easy scheduling: Set a schedule and the Neato will automatically clean at the time you set—daily, every other day, or 3 times a week.
All floor types: Unlike some vacuums, Neato is designed to work on all types of surfaces so it can go from the carpet in your living room right onto the tile or hardwood in your kitchen.
It cleans where you don’t: There are places in your home that don’t get vacuumed very often (or at all), because they’re so hard to reach. A Neato robot is only 4” high, so it can scurry under beds, couches and other places regular vacuums can’t go.