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Connected Purifier Shows How Clean (Or Toxic) Your Air Is

Posted April 1st 2016

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The Dyson Pure Cool Link purifier fan aims to tackle the problem of indoor air pollution. According to the EPA, the air inside a home can be up to five times worse than the air outside, contaminated with everything from toxic fumes to mold spores. The new $500 purifier uses Dyson’s patented Glass HEPA filtering technology to remove 99.97% of tiny pollutants and allergens from the air and captures them in the filter. But where the product distinguishes itself is with its smart sensors that monitor a home’s air quality and display it inside the new and improved Dyson Link App.

Inside the app, users can keep track of in-home pollution remotely and see how air quality changes over time with their own activities, like cooking or painting. In this way, the app does more than just educate; it can encourage healthier behavior.

via Fast Company