Dyson is a company that never rests on its laurels, with brilliant tech that it upgrades and updates regularly. Its latest launch is an upgrade to its most awarded styling tool, now radically redesigned, bringing new and reengineered attachments powered by enhanced Coanda airflow.
Millions of people around the world are spending more time indoors. With all new “solid state” formaldehyde sensing, sealed HEPA 13 standard filtration and 20% quieter airflow projection, Dyson says its the new Purifier Formaldehyde range ensures “a cleaner home environment.”
With millions returning to work and education, cleanliness in work spaces and schools has never been so high on the agenda, alongside Dyson’s desire to create compelling and groundbreaking new technologies. The new Dyson HEPA Cool Formaldehyde comes in a version aimed at commercial businesses and offices and integrates incredibly innovative all new solid-state formaldehyde sensors and sealed HEPA 13 standard filtration in a machine that is 20% quieter, ensuring a cleaner space.
Having revolutionised cordless vacuums, and then having added removable batteries in the last generation to deliver 120 minutes of non-stop, battery fade-free cleaning, Dyson has excelled yet again with the V15 Detect, the company’s most powerful, intelligent cordless vacuum, capable of detecting, removing, sizing and counting microscopic dust for scientific proof of a deep clean.
Billed as the fastest, most energy efficient HEPA-filtered hand dryer available, the Dyson Airblade 9kJ has a "completely unique design and cutting-edge technology" and is its quietest model yet.
With a 400-strong team developing the vehicle on Dyson’s Campus at Hullavington Airfield, UK, and a "purpose-built production manufacturing facility in Singapore confirmed and due for completion in 2020", the Dyson car is coming.
Dyson's competitors will by bring into their curlers and hair straighteners, with Dyson revolutionising the industry with its hair-raising, game changing Airwrap styler – a styling tool engineered to create curls, waves and smooth blow dries without extreme heat.
Dyson has two sets of fan clubs – its loyal customers who love Dyson products with the same passion as Apple fans, and its actual range of various fan types, the most recent of which are the purest yet.
Dyson is positioning the Cyclone V10 as a convenient alternative to mains-powered vacuums. Does it live up to that billing?
Dyson is positioning its Cyclone V10 vacuum cleaner as the cord-free model for people who think they need a corded vacuum.
Promising his new Dyson V10 cord-free vacuum cleaner proffers "full-size suction power" and stating "This is why I’ve stopped developing corded vacuums” James Dyson's latest vacuum sucks more than ever.
A new low-cost, hand-held device called sKan uses heat detection to help physicians quickly identify skin cancer and has won the international James Dyson Award
If there's one thing about Dyson's technology, it's some of the very best you can get, with vacuums that suck, blowers that blow, dryers that dry and soon, cars that drive electrically with a £2 billion investment to make it happen!
Dyson’s new "spare-no-expense" laboratories at its new Technology Centre in Singapore features "exceptional engineers" focused on cutting edge manufacturing, software and robotics.
Big data solutions provider Invigor Group is claiming the first Australian launch of a price-tracking solution for business that allows retailers and brands to monitor market pricing across their industry.
The smartest consumer appliances company, Dyson, is about to get a whole lot smarter still, with 100 products to launch over the next four years with the help of 110 new software engineers.
Not having enough solid engineers sucks, so to foster the next generation of engineers, James Dyson plans to open the Dyson Institute of Technology by September 2017 offering degrees engineered to tackle UK’s yawning engineering shortage.
Dyson’s latest Airblade dryer is now 35% quieter, but doesn’t compromise on speed, hygiene or sound.
Microprocessors in your hair dryer? Sure, if it’s from Dyson, with intelligent heat control to help get you out of hairy situations into which standard dryers can get you.
I met Jake Dyson last night – eldest son of British inventor James Dyson – and perhaps a modern take on his father’s pioneering footsteps. “It hasn’t been a hindrance going down the same path as my father. I find it easier to invent than replicate.”
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