iRobot Roomba s9+
The iRobot’s Roomba s9+ is pricey. However, its super-powerful suction, intelligent navigation, and ability to empty itself out make it a top choice in robot vacuum cleaners.
iRobot’s latest vacuum, the Roomba s9+, uses what is great about the i7+ and places it in a modern shape and camera-based navigation, it learns the layout of your home over time. At over $1, 000, it’s one of the most expensive robot vacuums in the industry. But its smart navigation and ability to empty itself out makes it the best one you can purchase and one of the best high-end models.
Neato Botvac D4 Connected
Although not budget-friendly, the Neato Botvac D4 Connected provides virtual boundaries and customized cleaning maps for way less than most other robot vacuum cleaners.
This robot vacuum offers you some features you won’t find in a lot of low-priced models, such as laser navigation, virtual boundaries, and individualized cleaning maps of your house. Add to the list robust scheduling, app control, smart home integration via IFTTT, voice assistant compatibility with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, and smart charging, and you get a huge amount of value for your money. That makes the Botvac D4 Connected a top choice for midrange robot vacuums.
Neato Botvac D7 Connected
With long battery life, interactive cleaning maps, and excellent third-party smart home integration, the Neato’s Botvac D7 Connected is better than any other robot vacuum cleaner in the market.
The Neato Botvac D7 Connected is more intelligent than your standard robot vacuum. In addition to laser navigation, it has an intuitive and simple app, interactive cleaning maps and class-leading integration with third-party smart home services and devices. When you include the superior battery life and cleaning performance, the D7 validates its hefty cost, earning a spot as a top choice for high-end robot vacuums.