Unveiled: The New Neato D10, D9 and D8 Price | Specs | Release & More

At the IFA 2020, a digital-only trade-show which took place in Berlin, Germany, Neato announced the introduction of three new premium robotic vacuum cleaners to its line of D-Connected series, the Neato D10, D9 and D8.

The series of cleaning robots, with the D6 and D7 as the top tier robots, has been a favorite to consumers with excellent designs and advanced cleaning technologies, and the anticipation of better robots with superior technologies is exciting, to say the least. Neato announced the addition of three premium models, Neato D10, D9 and D8, to this robot series. 

All three new robots will feature the inventive D-shape of Neato robots plus a host of other Neato’s signature designs including wide roller bushes underneath, large dust bins, LaserSmart navigation and smart home connectivity. The three premium robots also come with the new MyNeato app which features a streamlined six-step process with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections, and is currently the shortest setup process in the industry.

The Neat D8, D9 and D10 robotic vacuum cleaners are now all released.

The Neato D19 and D10 were released on the 19th October 2021.

The Neato D8 came first, being released at the end of March 2021

As these robots are now all released, you can read our comparison post: Neato D8 Vs D9 Vs D10

Neato Robotics is currently one of the leading brands in the robotic vacuum industry and for about 15 years now, they have been in the front line of designing and building smart robots that solve everyday problems in homes and impact lives positively. 

With the patented D-shape of their robotic vacuum cleaners which provides the perfect alignment for excellent edge cleaning performance, they are committed to building smart robots that provide deep home cleaning and adapt well to the demands of consumers. 

Neato D10 Overview

The Neato D10 robotic vaccum cleaner
  • Suggested retail price USD: $899
  • Navigation: LaserSmartTMLIDAR-based technology
  • Design: silver high-gloss brushed finish
  • Runtime: 150 minutes
  • Filter type: HEPA filter

Among Neato’s new flagship robotic vacuum cleaners, Neato D10 stands at the top of the trio. With a sleek silver high-gloss brushed finish and interesting new features, this device is made to be the ultimate cleaning robot for homes with pets and health-conscious individuals.

The D10 features the latest LaserSmartTMLIDAR-based technology, a true HEPA filter to capture up to 99.97% of allergens and pollen down to 0.3 microns, and has a much bigger battery giving it a runtime of 150 minutes. This model introduces a new cleaning mode “the pet mode”, which cranks up the suction force and cleaning power to capture pet hair more efficiently, apparently it was designed with pet owners in mind.

Read the full Neato D10 Review

Neato D9 Overview

The Neato D9 robotic vaccum cleaner
  • Suggested retail price USD: $799
  • Navigation: LaserSmartTMLIDAR-based technology
  • Design: black brushed finish
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
  • Filter type: Ultra-performance filter

The Neato D9 will retain the Ultra-Performance HEPA-style filter found in the D5, D6 and D7. The HEPA-style filter captures up to 99.5% of allergens and dust particles as small as 0.3 microns, which is equally great.

This robot also features the patented Neato LaserSmartTM technology for digital mapping and intelligent navigation, it will “see” clearly enough to clean in the dark. Neato robots provide truly personalized cleaning. In addition to all the exotic features found in the D8, the D9 comes in a black brushed finish and sports a bigger battery and runtime of 120 minutes.

Read the full Neato D9 Review

Neato D8 Overview

The Neato D8 robotic vaccum cleaner
  • Suggested retail price USD: $699
  • Navigation: LaserSmartTMLIDAR-based technology
  • Design: indigo blue brushed finish
  • Runtime: 90 minutes
  • Filter type: Ultra-performance filter

The Neato D8 is the introductory robot in the new three additions to the D-Connected series. It’s got an indigo blue brushed finish and comes with the latest LaserSmartTM technology and an extra wide brush for a better cleaning performance. It also features the No-Go lines and zone cleaning found in the D7 and has a runtime of 90 minutes on a single charge and the quick charge feature which is similar to what the D5 offers.

The D8 also supports Neato’s latest app and simplified setup experience and will probably come with an “entry-level” price tag as the model with the least exotic features in the new trio. 

Read the full Neato D8 Review

Neato D10, D9 & D8 release date

The new product line will start shipping out retailers across North America, Europe and Japan this Fall. Neato did not announce an exact release date for the new robots so expect to see an announcement soon as we get closer to Neato’s big release date. 

Neato D10, D9 & D8 Price

The expected price for the Neato D10 is $899. The D9 will be $799 and the D8 is expected to cost $699. These prices are in US dollars.

The new Neato D10 picking up flour off a wooden floor

The New Neato D10, D9 and D8 — final thoughts

For about 15 years now, Neato has consistently produced smart robotic vacuum cleaners with innovative designs that deliver the desired performance to users.

From the entry level D3 to the current flagship, the D7, they have been hugely popular.

The new introductions are expected to out-shine the previous models in both cleaning performance and convenience. We certainly are not being told everything and I expect some amazing new features that will possibly set the pace for the coming generation of robotic vacuum cleaners. 

Read the official press release: Introducing the Neato Premium Line

About the author

Matt is the founder of the Little Robot Shop, who has spent much of the last decade hacking home cleaning with various robots and devices to make keeping his home clean as easy as possible. Not an easy task with two young children.

When not working on the Little Robot Shop website or YouTube channel, he works as technical support and product specialist for a fast-growing digital company. He does his best to get his younglings to code, which will be an essential skill in the future.