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Tell Siri to clear the air with Zigma’s new Smart Aerio 300

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You can control the new Zigma Aerio 300 Wi-Fi Air Purifier with the Siri voice assistant.
You can control the new Zigma Aerio 300 Wi-Fi Air Purifier with the Siri voice assistant.
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Smart home technology provider Zigma launched its Smart Aerio 300 Wi-Fi Air Purifier. The company said the device can analyze air in a home or office in three minutes and clean air in spaces up to 1,580 square feet in an hour.

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Zigma Smart Aerio 300 Air Purifier

The Smart Aerio 300 Air Purifier has a 5-in-1 filter system with an efficient H14 True HEPA medical-grade element to filter 99.97% of fine dust, animal hair, pollen, mites, air pollution, PM2.5 particles and ultrafine particles under 0.3 micrometers.

Better yet, the purifier’s UVC LED kills harmful viruses and bacteria in the air. In addition, the Smart Aerio 300 creates negative ions to keep the air clean. The activated carbon filter can also remove the smells of pets, kitchen smoke, cat litter and smoke, and neutralize formaldehyde and other harmful substances.

Cleans air fast

With a CADR (Clean Air Delivery Rate) up to 330m3 an hour, the Smart Aerio 300 can clean up to 1,580 square feet within 1 hour and 840 square feet within 30 mins, producing fresh indoor air four times every hour.

The purifier provides three purification modes, including a sleep mode with noise of less than 25 dB. In automatic mode, the device analyzes air quality and adjusts its power level to save energy. It also includes a built-in negative ion generator.

Air quality analysis

With an AI Algorithm and sensors, the Smart Aerio 300 analyzes the air quality in 3 minutes and illustrates the results on its air quality ring light using colors. Blue indicates excellent quality, green mean good, orange means moderate and red warns of bad air quality.

Using the free accompanying app, more specifics can be viewed in detailed reports, such as the particulate level.

Voice control with Siri

User can control the Smart Aerio 300 via Siri, Amazon’s Alexa or Google Assistant. The app allows for more than 10 advanced features, including remote direct control, scheduling purification sessions, reminders to replace the filter, scene-setting and the ability to share devices with others.

The Purifier also has a child lock function. Its back shell’s magnetic structure includes safety sensors that turn off the power supply if the shell is opened.

The Zigma Smart Aerio 300 Wi-Fi Air Purifier is available on the Zigma website for $185.35 or on Amazon for $159.99.

Where to buy: Zigma or Amazon