Since masks are still the norm, technology companies want you to improve your mask game.Last year, LG launched PuriCare wearable air purifier Equipped with three fans and a pair of HEPA filters.Ten months later, finally disclose The initial release date of the device, and its improved version arrived in Thailand in August. However, there is still no news about the price.
The latest version uses a smaller, lighter motor and a built-in microphone, speaker and voice amplifier. LG stated that its “VoiceOn” technology will automatically recognize when you speak and enhance your voice so that others can hear your voice through the mask. Unfortunately, it can’t make you sound like Darth Vader.
LG also increased the battery capacity from 820mAh to 1,000 mAh, although the specified 8-hour runtime is still the same. It also advertises a two-hour charging time using the included USB cable. The company said that after obtaining regulatory approval, this wearable purifier should be promoted to more regions.
Currently, LG is promoting this mask with the help of the Thai Olympic team, who wore it on their way to the Tokyo Summer Olympics. Obviously, this South Korean company regards it as the first choice for outdoor training.However, LG’s equipment also has its competitors: we have seen Razer And, um, William.
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