- Engadget, Monday, December 28, 2015 9:10 AM
In the robot vacuum wars, Neato has made a name for itself by developing cheaper, laser-guided devices that are just as effective as iRobot's Roombas. In fact, while Roombas have been bouncing around
walls for years with no real intelligence (something that's finally changed with thecamera-equipped Roomba 980), Neato's lasers have helped its devices wisely navigate your floors since they debuted
in 2010. Now with the BotVac Connected ($700), Neato also has a robot vacuum that's controlled by a mobile app. But while it does a decent job of cleaning floors, I found it to be much more trouble
than Roomba's latest entry.
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