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Smart and Sleek Home Robot Vacuum from Neato Robotics to be Featured in Prefab Home at Dwell on Design

Neato XV Signature™ Pro, the Smartest, Most Powerful Home Robot Vacuum, Showcased at Leading Design Event in Los Angeles June 21-23, 2013

Newark, CA —June 17, 2013—What could be more modern than having a robot in your home? With their sleek, spacious, simple floor plans, and focus on function and organization, no modern home would be complete without a robot to keep it clean.

Neato Robotics, a Silicon Valley company that pioneers home robot technologies to free people from household chores, will be showcasing its latest robot vacuum, the XV Signature Pro, in the pieceHomes prefab home at Dwell on Design event in Los Angeles Convention Center, June 21-23, 2013. Dwell on Design is the nation’s largest modern design event, showcasing the best and latest in design ideas and products.

“Along with modern homes come modern ideas on how to keep those homes clean,” said Nancy Nunziati, vice president of marketing of Neato Robotics, Inc. “That’s where the Neato home robot vacuum comes in. We’re showing Dwell on Design attendees the Neato in action, turning what used to be the stuff of science fiction into a real product available today. Our home robots take modern living to the next level, with a smart, powerful vacuum that lets people check off a household chore so they can spend more time doing things they love instead.”

How does a robot vacuum work? Picture this: the Neato robot vacuum begins work by engaging its high tech laser-guided navigation system—the same technology used in the Google automatic car—to automatically map a room to choose the smartest cleaning path. Its Smart Sensor technology detects and avoids stairs and doesn’t bump into furniture. It then cleans the room systematically, leaving those straight vacuum lines that people love to see in their clean carpets. It’s even smart enough to return to its base to recharge and then resume vacuuming where it left off.

Neato robot vacuums can be pre-programmed to automatically clean any time of the day, whether its owner is home or not. It even cleans underneath furniture and close to corners and walls for maximum pick-up of dirt, dust, debris and pet hair.

Neato Robotics will be offering $50 off coupon to all attendees at the Dwell on Design event at the Los Angeles Convention Center June 21-23, 2013. See the Neato Robotics XV Signature Pro in action at the pieceHomes prefab home in the Outdoor Pavilion in the center of the main hall.

Availability and Pricing

The Neato XV Signature robot vacuums are available for purchase through the company’s many retail partners.

About Neato Robotics

Neato Robotics believes it is possible to create home robots smart enough to perform household chores as intelligently and efficiently as a human. Neato is dedicated to improving consumers’ lives, allowing them to spend less time cleaning and more time with family and friends. Neato is driving innovation with products like the Neato Robot vacuum that are smarter, more powerful, and more effective than anything previously seen on the market. For more information, visit

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About Dwell

Dwell on Design (DOD), June 21-23, 2013 is America’s largest modern design event attracting more than 30,000 attendees during Dwell Design Week in Los Angeles, CA (June 14-23, 2013). The event, held at the Los Angeles Convention Center and produced by Dwell magazine, showcases new design ideas, products, and services in conjunction with world-class design speakers, exhibitions, & home tours. More than 400+ national and international exhibitors across all home design categories participate and over 200+ design leaders will present this year including distinguished keynote speaker Michael Graves. Participating organizations include the Getty Conservation Institute, MOCA, A+D Museum, Hammer Museum, & Architecture for Humanity.

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