Dyson is a company probably best known for their home products, such as its vacuum cleaners and its bladeless fans. Just last year the company announced a new range of bladeless fans and it looks like it has recently receive an update in the form of a 360-degree glass filter. Basically what the filter does is that it helps clean the air in the room which might be handy for those suffering from allergies or who are sensitive to dust particles in the air.
According to Dyson, they claim that the glass filter is capable of filtering out as much as 99.95% of airborne invaders. The filter isn’t just any filter either as it is a high-efficiency particulate arrestance which is regulated by the US government, meaning that there are certain standards and criterias one has to adhere to so you can rest assured that you’re getting some good quality filters. Read full post →Dyson’s Pure Cool Bladeless Fan Can Now Purify The Air
When we think about cars and its more advanced features, usually these features are reserved for higher-end models. Either that or customers can choose to pay more to add those features to their car. For customers shopping on a budget, safe to say that these features will be pretty much ignored, but Toyota wants to change that.
The company has recently announced that they will be bringing its automatic braking feature to most of its current lineup, as opposed to keeping it as an option/feature for its higher-end cars. However at the start, this option will be offered to two vehicle models which includes the RAV4 Hybrid SUV and the Lexus RX crossover, but Toyota is aiming to have it rolled out to the majority of its vehicles by 2017. Read full post →Toyota Bringing Automatic Braking To Its Lower-end Models