Vocolinc VAP1 Air Purifier leaked ahead of CES 2020

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Further details have emerged of the upcoming Vocolinc VAP1 SmartFlow Air Purifier ahead of CES 2020. The air purifier is said to support HomeKit and will be a competitor to the Brid device, but rumoured to be half the price.

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Until we knew recently little about the VAP1 SmartFlow Air Purifier. However information via HomeKitnews.com  a bit more information has been gathered on this device and its features.

Vocolinc VAP1 SmartFlow Air Purifier pictures

At a high-level the VAP1 SmartFlow Air Purifier should feature the following;

  • Three stages of the advanced HEPA filtration removes up to 99.5% of gases and particles down to 0.3 microns from your room, up to 700 sq. ft.
  • 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity.
  • 3 operating modes: Auto/Sleep/Manual
  • The VAP1 SmartFlow Air Purifier will come in white and black options.
  • Full-angle filtration system: A dual air Inlet to top air outlet design captures harmful gases and particles from all angles.
  • The VAP1 has Industry-leading noise reduction technology.
  • It uses a next-generation long-life filter, with an advanced honeycomb filter pattern design. This reduces the frequency of filter replacement while protecting from harmful pollutants right until the end of filter’s life.
  • The filter is ‘hassle-free’ with replacement, taking less than a minute with no special tools required.
  • PM2.5, VOCs, Formaldehyde, Benzenes, Smoke, general Odours, Allergens, Dust, Mould, Bacteria, Pet Dander, and Pollen.
  • Large 5.1” LED screen with adaptive auto-brightness functionality, that displays real-time information on the state of both the air quality in your home and the VAP1 itself.
  • The power cord is 2m/6.56ft long, with power consumption from 6 to 45watts.
  • There will apparently be separate models for the US (110-120V AC 60Hz) and the EU (220-240V AC 50Hz).
  • 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity.
  • Voice Control: Works with Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa and Google Home.
  • LinkWise App control: monitor the air quality in your room and control all aspects from the comfort of your phone or tablet.
  • Large 5.1” LED screen with adaptive auto-brightness functionality, that displays real-time information on the state of both the air quality in your home and the VAP1 itself.
  • Smart Air Quality Indicator: Four colour LED to reflect air quality coming from the built-in, high-precision laser air quality sensor. It is important to keep the light green for good air quality.
  • Warning (Red) > Poor (Orange) > Moderate (Yellow) > Good (Light Yellow) > Excellent (Green)
  • 3 operating modes: Auto/Sleep/Manual
  • Kids lock
  • Set schedules to switch the device on/off
  • Built-in temperature and humidity sensors

With CES 2020 around the corner, I suspect that the VAP1 SmartFlow Air Purifier will be announced soon. Don’t forget to subscribe to be first to find out when more information emerges. If you have a question or a comment, then leave it below. You can also follow us on TwitterFacebookYouTube and Instagram.

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