The COVID-19 epidemic has forced all of us to wear masks under most social conditions for obvious reasons, so today LG announced that it is taking advantage of this need with face masks – but for a careful tech integration with.
The mask called PuriCare Wearable Air PuriCare promises to filter out air users, while interfering as little as possible in the breathing pattern.
Puricare Wearable Air Puricare uses H13 HEPA filters, which are similar to the filters used by LG in-home air purifiers, and can be replaced if needed. The mask has a set of two fans, which can adjust their speed between three different levels to make the breath more natural. They will speed up to allow more air to enter, and slow down to offer less resistance when you exhale.
Being an electronic device, it charges naturally, and LG says that the battery should last two hours and eight hours in low mode, perhaps referring to fan speed. It comes with a charging case, and contains an ultraviolet light if it kills harmful germs that can get stuck on the mask. In addition, the case can be detected when the filter inside the mask has to be replaced, and with the LG ThinQ smartphone app, let users know about it.
One concern that people deal with face masks is comfort, and LG says it has designed Puricare to comfortably fit the user’s face without air leakage, and the company says That it is comfortable enough to wear for hours on end. Of course, as far as it sounds, if a regular face mask feels like an intruder, it’s probably more than that.
PuriCare Wearable Air PuriCare will be on display at LG’s Virtual IFA 2020 exhibition and is scheduled for the fourth quarter of the year. It is not clear how much it will cost.
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