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KINGMAX to officially unveil the AirQ Check Air Quality Mobile Health Device

By Ciara Alarcon - on 30 Jun 2016, 11:22am

KINGMAX to officially unveil the AirQ Check Air Quality Mobile Health Device

 

With the launch of AirQ Check Air Quality Mobile Health Device at Computex 2016, KINGMAX CEO Joe Liu will officially unveil the said product in July.

Research shows that most people spend at least 90 percent of their time indoors. Poor indoor air quality will lead to asthma, chronic inflammation, weakened immune systems, and raise the chance of respiratory diseases for adults and children alike.

In order to defend your right to breathe clean air, KINGMAX developed the AirQ Check Air Quality Mobile Health Device, an “electronic nose” able to detect hazardous gases in the air around us.

Shaped like a USB disk, the device, when paired with a smartphone, will automatically connect to a dedicated app, and will immediately start monitoring and analyzing whether concentrations of TVOC gases exceed limits.

Also, it detects temperature and humidity, giving the user a complete picture and control of the air quality in their surroundings.

In addition to its powerful features and slim dimensions, the AirQ Check Air Quality Mobile Health Device also has a stylish appearance: its metallic frame with matte coating creates a perfect sense of harmony.

The MicroUSB port is compatible with virtually all mobile phones on the market, so the plug-and-play device does not require a battery.

The AirQ Check Air Quality Mobile Health Device is expected to be available in retail in July, at a suggested price of USD 59.

Source: KINGMAX