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The company has worked to engineer an efficient product which sterilizes its own water

A new kind of quiet, effective, and hygienic humidifier is poised to enter to U.S. market. In just one year’s time, miserably dry winter interior spaces will go up against a new champion, the exhaustively engineered product of a (knighted) British design whiz.

Dyson, a company known for its innovative designs and really-darned-effective (if expensive) fans and vacuums, has entered the humidifier game. Soon to be available in Japan, the product will take advantage of a three-pronged system to distribute and humidify air evenly and hygienically.

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