Dyson’s new smart air purifier will measures your air quality
If the air quality is approaching anything less than desirable, the fan can communicate with your phone as long as it has a Wi-Fi connection, and you can change whether the fan runs or how high it runs right from your phone. According to Dyson’s website, its purifier fan filters only need to be replaced every six months.
Dyson’s aim for this product is to help people keep their air clean inside their homes. According to data collected by the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air pollution can be up to five times worse than air pollution outside, and people undoubtedly want to reduce any possible air pollution where they spend the majority of their time.
The Dyson Pure Cool Link purifier fan is now available online for $500, and will arrive in retail stores on April 11. The same fan, minus the app connectivity, is available through Dyson for the same price.