Airmega Turns The Air Purifier Into A Smart, Connected Device


Like other air purifiers, the Airmega can filter the air in your home, improving its quality by capturing allergens and contaminants floating around the space. Unlike them, it’s smart, with the ability to automatically adjust its operation based on air quality and lighting conditions.

Using carbon and HEPA filters, the device can clear out as much as 99.97 percent of the junk floating in the air around your home, trapping them inside and keeping them away from the occupants of the house. Whether your home is suffering from mold, pet dander, cooking odors, or just badly-contaminated city air, having this thing around should ensure you’re breathing clean air every minute of the day.


Designed as a modern air purifier, the Airmega is both compact and good-looking, so it won’t create an eyesore while sitting somewhere on the floor of your home. It’s quiet in operation, so it can do its job without attracting unwanted attention, while being powerful, with the ability to completely renew the air in a 1,560 square foot space in as little as 30 minutes. Of course, it’s also designed to be smart, so it comes with a smattering of clever, new features.


An automatic mode, for instance, allows the device to turn itself on whenever it detects the air getting stale, while indicators on top let you know when it’s time to replace the filters, so there’s no guesswork necessary. There’s also integrated WiFi that interfaces with an accompanying smartphone app, where users can check the current air quality rating at home, apart from allowing you to control the air purifier remotely.

Two models of Airmega are slated to come out end of the month: a smaller one that costs $749 and a larger one that retails for $849.

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