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Dyson’s new air purifier eliminates harmful gases

Dyson introduces new version of Hot + Cool air purifier with more advance filtration system to trap harmful gases. Dubbed Pure Hot + Cool Link, this version of the air purifier has the next generation filters with an extra layer of activated carbon coated with Tris, an antimicrobial agent for enhanced purification. The previous version of purifier was able to trap only smoke and dust, but this one is capable of trapping hazardous gases like formaldehyde, benzene, toluene and naphthalene. 

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The purifier has Wi-Fi connectivity, so that you can control it remotely from your smartphone using the dedicated mobile app. It monitors the air quality of your home and automatically increase the strength of purification process if it finds surge in air pollutants. It automates the process of setting the indoor temperature by sensing home environment.

According to Dyson,

Dyson believes that over the time, this kind of information will help users to understand the impact of certain activities in their home environment.

Dyson is introducing Amazon’s Alexa support in its purifier for the first time, which means you will be able to control it with your voice commands, but this feature is said to be coming soon.

The Pure air purifier comes in two models, tower version and desktop version. The tower purifier costs $499 USD and the desktop purifier $599 USD, because of it’s a dual (hot + cold) purifying system and the tower version only comes with cooling fan function.

Via: THE VERGE

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