Expanding its air purifiers line-up in India, Samsung on Thursday launched its internet of things enabled air purifier – the AX46 and AX32. The purifiers come in beige and grey colours, and will be available on Samsung online shop, Samsung stores and select retail outlets.
Samsung AX32 and Samsung AX46: Price and features
Priced at Rs 12,990, the Samsung AX32 has a Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) of 320 cubic meters per hour and coverage area of 356 square feet. The Samsung AX46 is priced at Rs 32,990. It has a CADR of 467 cubic meters per hour. It can clean the air in an area of up to 645 square feet.
The purifiers are designed for one-button control. According to the company, the air purifiers are capable of removing 99.97 per cent nano-sized particles, ultrafine dust, bacteria and allergens. Both the air purifier features a multi-layered purification system, including washable pre-filter to remove large dust particles, an activated carbon filter to remove harmful gases and chemical odours, and dust collecting filter to remove ultrafine dust particles.
Both are designed in a way to draw in air from the front, which also makes them easy to clean by opening just the front door. After purification, the purifier distributes the air in multiple directions using its other three sides. These purifiers come with hidden wheels, making it easy to shift the units from one place to another.
Both the models are supported by Samsung ‘SmartThings’ smartphone app, which enables users to remotely control the air purifier. It also lets the users check the air quality and control other functions of the air purifier with the help of their smartphone. These purifiers feature Auto Mode, which continuously monitors the air pollution level and adjusts the power and fan speed automatically; and Sleep Mode quiet operations at night for comfortable sleep.
Note:- (Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor. The content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.))