Neato Botvac D7 Connected Review

Neato Botvac D7 Connected Review

The Neato Botvac D7 Connected is a smarter robot vacuum than the norm. It comes with dynamic cleaning maps, an easy-to-use interface, and a best-in-class connection with third-party smart home devices and services. The D7 earns our Editors’ Choice for high-end robot vacuums, justifying its heavy price tag.


The biggest physical difference from the D5 is the new metallic coating, which is more dust and scratch-resistant. It also features four LED indicator buttons, two more than prior models, for improved cleaning feedback.

App and Setup:

The Neato Botvac D7 is simple to set up because it comes pre-assembled and with an app. The primary screen shows the name of your robot and its current state, as well as a battery indicator in the lower-left corner. You may switch between House, Spot, and Manual cleaning modes on the app. While the D7 comes with magnetic boundary tape, you can also use the app to designate No Go lines to prevent the robot from wandering into particular sections of your home.


The Neato Botvac D7 Connected robot vacuum is capable of cleaning a variety of surfaces. The D7 navigated back and forth across my apartment in Home mode, easily avoiding obstacles. Its suction power is comparable to that of the Roomba 960, but not quite as strong as the Dyson 360 Eye in Max mode. The D7 is so loud that it awoke my dog who was sleeping on the other side of the flat.


  • Impressive battery life and navigation capability. 
  • Cleaning maps that are detailed and interactive. 
  • Virtual boundaries based on apps. 
  • Third-party integration has been expanded to include Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and IFTTT.


  • Pricey. 
  • Small trash can. 
  • Noisy.


The Botvac D7 Connected from Neato has a superior third-party smart home integration, longer battery life, and active cleaning maps than any other robot vacuum.

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