Today, Dyson announced a couple of products first is the Dyson Lightcycle, its desk, and floor lamp. Second is the new V11 cordless vacuum, along with updates to its lighting and air purifier products. Talking about the lightcycle which can automatically adjust its lighting temperature based on ambient light or time of day. This lamp also includes a scheduled lighting mode just like the new Casper glow.
Dyson Lightcycle has a new control panel above the bulb which the company claims can last up to 60 years. It uses touch-capacitive taps and slides to control the power, lighting temperature, and brightness. At the side of the stand, there is a single USB-C port, the device would be able to connect with Dyson app at which you can set your location so the Lightcycle can match the lighting to the exact lighting conditions based on where you are.
You can also add your age so that the Lightcycle adapts its brightness to a level it deems appropriate for your vision. Apart from all this good stuff, Dyson is also going to update its air purifier that launched last year with a miniaturized version for tabletops. The new Pure Cool Me has a ball like head which you can tilt forward or backward to control the direction of airflow. It consists of oscillation modes and a timer through the remote.
Contrary to Dyson lightcycle or pure cool link, the new Pure cool me do not sync to the Dyson app. Irrespective of the bigger counterparts the new Pure cool me would not tell you the types of microns and impurities it’s eliminating from your room while in use. However, he lightcycle had already launched in China, but it would available in April worldwide. Preorders begin today onDyson.com, starting at $599.99 for the desk lamp and $899.99 for the floor lamp.
The Pure Cool Me is available now through Dyson for $349.99, and it will be available at the Best Buy, and Amazon in April.