Dyson’s new ambient lamp promises to last up to 60 years and has a USB-C port built in

Dyson announces the latest information on its lighting and air purifier products with the announcement of the new V11 wireless vacuum. The first is Dyson Lightcycle, a desk and floor lamp that can automatically adjust the lighting temperature according to indoor lighting or time of day. The high-end lamp includes a glowing mode with a new gadget such as Casper Glow. You can now gradually adjust your sleep and sleep times in preparation for a rise or cold.

Everything about Lightcycle is over. Designed as you would expect from a Dyson product. It has a new control panel on top of a touch-sensitive tab with slides (which can last up to 60 years, according to Dyson claims) to control power, lighting temperature and brightness. The buttons at the bottom let you switch on the lighting mode, allowing you to change the lighting temperature based on the natural light found in the room.

There is one USB-C port on the side of the stand. Dyson does not return to us at the time of announcement of output power, the speed of the smartphone is "fast", the speed of "medium-fast" for gadgets such as Nintendo Switch, and large devices such as laptops. If you have the correct number, we will update this post.

Lightcycle is also linked to the Dyson app, which allows you to set the location to match the exact lighting conditions based on your current location. I think the desk lamp will rarely use this feature because I do not know who should update the location on a regular basis. One of the exciting and exciting features is accurate lighting modes such as research, precision (Dyson's words designed for engineers, artists or other hand-made). You can also add age so Lightcycle can adjust the brightness to an appropriate level for your eyesight.

In addition to the lamps, Dyson is updating its air purifier, released last year, to a compact version for table tops. The new Dyson Pure Cool Me (word of mouth) has a ball-like top that can tilt back and forth to control the direction of airflow. It also includes a timer with vibration mode and remote control. Unlike Lightcycle or Pure Cool Link, the new Pure Cool Me can not sync with Dyson's apps. The company said it did not need to add app features because it was designed for personal use instead of chilling the entire room.


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Unlike the bigger picture, Pure Cool Me tells you the kind of microns and impurities. However, you can use the remote control to figure out how the filter works and see how you can swap out. According to the company, the filter lasts for about a year with daily use.

Dyson Lite Cycles have already been released in China, but will be available worldwide in April. First-come, first-served orders start today at Dyson.com. Desk lamps start at $ 599.99 and floor lamps start at $ 899.99. Despite the steep price, I expect to use the Dyson Link app to control the lamp. Does not offer third-party functionality through smart assist features like Alexa or Google Assistant. Pure Cool Me is available for $ 349.99 via Dyson and will be available in April for Target, Best Buy and Amazon.

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