Panasonic launches Portable nanoe X Generator to purify your personal space
People may be surprised to learn that indoor air quality can often be worse than the air outside. Panasonic has joined the clean air cause with its new nanoe X technology to reduce indoor pollutants.
The Panasonic Portable nanoe X Generator brings the company’s air purifying technology to the desktop.
Panasonic already offers a range of nanoe X products which are built for homes, large living areas and offices.
Panasonic has commissioned Australian research which found that 61 per cent believed air quality has a significant effect on their health.
“Australians are concerned about the air they breathe and as the leader in air conditioning and air purification solutions through our nanoe X technology, we feel it incumbent on us to draw awareness to the growing importance of indoor air quality in private and public settings,” says Panasonic Australia Managing Director Paul Reid.
“nanoe X is technology that we are incredibly proud of – and it hasn’t come about overnight.
“Backed by 25 years of dedicated research and development, the latest generation of nanoe X is proven by more than 140 independent laboratory tests across a range of use cases.
“As we introduce the portable nanoe X Generator to the nanoe X family, we’re harnessing the technology that underpins our air-conditioning range to ensure fresh air travels with you wherever you go, from the office to the car, through to hotels and cafes.”
The latest Panasonic nanoe X product has been released at a time when air quality is important and as businesses welcome staff back to their offices.
“The research shows that around one in three Australians aged 20+ are now more concerned about air quality compared to 18 months ago,” says Joe De Bella, senior product marketing manager, air conditioning at Panasonic Australia.
“It’s positive that we as a population are taking notice of the harmful pollutants we breathe each day and it is something that will continue to be front of mind as we battle variants of COVID-19, annual flu seasons, pollution, and the close-to-home threat of bushfires.”
The research has shown there is a demand for air cleanliness and one in three Australians are thinking of buying an air purifier in the future.
“Around one in two Australians consider air cleanliness / purification to be a very important factor, while one in four rank it most important when thinking about purchasing a new air conditioner,” De Bella said.
The Panasonic Portable nanoe X Generator is designed to be used in your personal space.
It is 17cm tall and weighs 400g and is powered through a USB cable attached either to your computer or a wall charger.
At this size, the device can go anywhere with you. It looks like a large travel mug and just as easy to carry around.
The device can filter 99 per cent of indoor pollutants including viruses, bacteria, mould and allergens and reduces odours.
The result is fresher and cleaner air.
The Panasonic Portable nanoe X Generator is available now and is priced at $299.