Monday, 27 February 2017
Acer is bringing its first air quality device to this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Designed to blend in rather than stand out, the new device is small enough to sit on a shelf or coffee table. And thanks to the fact that it supports the IFTTT protocol for smart home and Internet of things appliances, it can take digital steps to improve the quality of air around the home. For example, it can automatically turn on a fan on the same network or open a smart window.
Even without communication with other smart home systems, the Acer Air Monitor offers users visual cues as to the air quality thanks to integrated colour-changing LEDs. And of course, there’s a dedicated smartphone app for real-time reporting and for remote operation.
Source by: Internet