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Dyson’s first headphones will feature a built-in air purification system


British technology company Dyson announced on Wednesday that it will launch its first portable air purifier with earphones.

Dyson has unveiled the Dyson Zone Air Purifying Headphones, which are a set of high-fidelity, noise-canceling over-ear headphones that simultaneously deliver immersive sound to the ears and purified airflow to the nose and mouth.

The Dyson Zone air-purifying headphones will simultaneously tackle urban air quality and noise pollution issues, according to a company statement.

Dyson Chief Engineer Jake Dyson said: “The Dyson Zone purifies the air you breathe on the go. And unlike face masks, it delivers a plume of cool air without touching your face, using high-performance filters and two miniaturized air pumps. After six years of development, we’re excited to deliver clean air and clean sound, anywhere.

It’s also Dyson’s foray into the world of audio, he added.

It’s also the smallest of any Dyson machine to date, two motors sit in each ear cup and are the beating heart of the Dyson Zone air purifying headphones.

“Dyson Zone air purifying headphones will be available globally from fall 2022. Lead times will vary by geography,” the company said.

Dyson, which mainly operates in the areas of floorcare, environmental, personal care and professional care, had started operations in India in February 2018.

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