LG's air purifying mask updated with a microphone and speaker ahead of next month's launch

LG's air purifying mask updated with a microphone and speaker ahead of next month's launch

LG's air purifying mask updated with a microphone and speaker ahead of next month's launch Competition for Razer in the mask world? Recap: It seems that face masks are the hot new product category for tech companies. With Razer’s Project Hazel arriving later this year, LG has announced it is updating its wearable air purifier with a built-in microphone and a speaker, along with other upgrades. The catchily titled LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier is a battery-powered mask that started rolling out in key regions, including Asia and the Middle East, last year following its IFA 2020 unveiling. The device packs a respiratory sensor and dual fans, which supply the filtered air and control airflow automatically by sensing the user’s breathing patterns. LG says that the latest version of its mask improves on what it calls the earlier beta model. Thanks to the addition of a smaller, lighter, more efficient motor, the overall weight is reduced to 94 grams. The battery has also been upped from 820mAh to 1,000mAh and can be fully charged in two hours via USB. The …
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