ZDNet | Neabot NoMo N2 hands-on: Reinventing the way you clean the house

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Hands on with the Neabot robot vacuum reinventing the way you clean the house zdnet

I have tried a lot of robot vacuums over the last few years, but the Neabot's dust collection feature is the cleverest thing I have seen so far.

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The robot vacuums are getting cleverer. From the ILife floor washing Shinebot, to the incredibly clever object-recognizing mopping and cleaning Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI, to the pet poop-avoiding, sweeping, and mopping Roborock S6 MaxV, there is some incredibly clever tech out there.

But the Neabot has a feature that none of the other robots I have seen so far have. The Neabot empties its on-board dustbin into a large hopper, meaning that trips to empty the dustbin are few and far between.

The dustbag is an eco-friendly material and fixed to the hopper with a cardboard insert. When you lift the insert, a sliding cover ensures that you do not spill any dust.

Hands on with the Neabot robot vacuum reinventing the way you clean the house zdnet

Currently, once the bag is full, it is discarded, but Neabot hopes to use more environmentally solutions in the future.

Within a few days of launching on Kickstarter, the Neabot smashed its original target of $20,000 and currently has pledges of over $150,000.

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