Dyson Zone speakers can purify the air around you for just $949

If you are a geek and love invention and design, it is safe to say that you are familiar with James Dyson and what he has created over the past couple of years. Dyson is primarily known for creating some really cool designed vacuum cleaners and air purifiers, and even a bladeless fan that looks like something from the future. However, the company’s latest product is something different…we’re talking wireless, noise-canceling headphones called the Dyson Zone.

Dyson Steps into the World of High-End Headphones with Dyson Zone, an air purifying set of wireless headphones

Ideally, if another company decides to go the less busy route, I wouldn’t be surprised. why? Well, generic headphones are always part of the market, but no, it’s not Dyson territory. From the looks of it, the headset appears to be built in and has a great air purifier inside that purifies the air around the wearer.

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Dyson Zone headphones will be available in January next month. The headphones will be launched first in China, followed by other regions such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Hong Kong in March. As far as the price is concerned, Dyson sets it up for a modest $949. And you thought the Sony WH-1000XM5 or AirPods Max were too expensive.

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So, the selling point of these speakers is the air filtration system, and we know that. However, Dyson expanded on that and talked about how the system filters out air pollution when you’re out and about at home. The included attachment will cover your nose and mouth, and the electrostatic filters will work their magic by capturing up to 99 percent of particulate pollution. It all sounds impressive, but there has to be a way to monitor all of this, right? Don’t worry, the company’s Dyson won’t be too hard to notice thinking that because the companion app takes care of just that. However, if you want to avoid being seen in public like Sub Zero, you can remove the purifier and get around without it.

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Now back to why anyone would want a pair of headphones — the sound. I had my concerns but based on the information Dyson provided, these headphones sound fine. Based on the information provided to us, the Dyson Zone will feature up to 50 hours of battery life on a single charge, which is already better than what other headphones offer. You also get advanced noise cancellation since there are 11 microphones onboard, eight of which are for ANC. For comparison, Sony’s flagship WH-1000XM5 has 8, while Apple’s AirPods Max come with nine microphones in total. These microphones will allow the headphones to reduce sound by up to 38dB, but that’s not impressive enough; The area will be able to monitor the surroundings up to 384,000 times per second. You also get great audio reproduction ranging from 6Hz to 21kHz, and to top it all off we’ll have 40mm neodymium drivers, which Dyson claims are “scientifically tuned” to mitigate additional distortion.

Now it comes down to the price. The Dyson Zone will come as a complete package and will cost you $949. The headphones will be available for pre-order in the US sometime in March. However, Dyson doesn’t want to take your money and hand you a substandard product, which is why you’ll have the opportunity to book an appointment to see if she looks as dressed as you want her to. It all sounds very promising, but we’ll have to wait for the feedback to see if you’re getting your money’s worth. For more information, you can refer to Dyson’s official announcement page.

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