The New Dyson Purifier Connects to Your Smartphone to Show Pollution Levels

By: Alyson Wyers - Mar 31, 2016
References: dysoncanada & venturebeat
Today Dyson launched a new line of $500 smart air purifiers that enable users to monitor air quality with their smartphones. About a year ago the company came out with their very first purifier. The new version -- the Dyson Pure Cool Link -- allows you to control the device with your smartphone and see statistics on pollutants inside your home.

It also has an automated setting that enables the smart air purifiers to begin working when the quality of air reaches a predetermined level. The Dyson purifier gets rid of 99.97% of allergens and pollutants from your home, some as small as 0.3 microns thanks to the 360 degree glass HEPA filter. In addition to purifying year round, it also has a cooling feature.