Dyson’s Wi-Fi Connected Fan Purifies, Cools & Heats The Air
The new luxury home appliance aims to be an all-in-one device for the connected home
Dyson’s newest fan wants to be the only air appliance you’ll ever need. The newest model follows the brand’s now-iconic blade-less design but it also includes extra functions, increasing its price to $600. The Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Link has the bells and whistles to match every word of its name. With Wi-Fi connectivity, owners can program the device via mobile, and with a few simple clicks start purification or heating before they get home. A pollution sensor and thermometer are also built-in, and people can monitor this data on the app using Wi-Fi. The fan can then be set up to start running when indoor pollution rises or when the temperature drops below the desired degree.
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