Royal Philips will introduce a range of smart air purifiers and humidifiers at the 2017 International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago on March 18-21.
“Knowing that your air at home can have two to five times more allergens and pollutants than outdoor air, we came out with the Philips Air Purifiers and Humidifiers to encourage a better home environment with cleaner air,” stated Marketing Director for Philips New Categories Eline de Graaf.
The Philips Air Purifiers uses AeraSense technology to automatically monitor, react, and purify indoor air, capturing 99.97% of particles1. The device has a unique numerical index. The numerical display has a 1-12 rating for indoor air quality, where 1 means good air quality. There is also a color ring for visual cue, ranging from blue to red, where blue means good quality. There is also a connected app that enables users to see both indoor and outdoor air quality, trends, control the purifier, etc.