Consumer Electronics

Dyson introduces three new products

Dyson today took the wraps off three new home technology products in Southeast Asia and India–the Dyson Pure Cool Me personal purifying fan; Dyson Lightcycle task light; and Dyson V11 Absolute cord-free vacuum. The global technology company continues to use in science and technology to solve real problems and improve everyday lives.

The UK company first carved its name for itself making cool looking, powerful vacuum cleaners has since expanded into personal care products, air purification, and in 2017, announced that it was working on a battery electric vehicle (EV) slated for a 2021 launch.

With engineering and testing operations in Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines and the UK, Dyson employs over 12,000 people globally including 4,500 engineers and scientists. It continues to plough investments in Southeast Asia where its production and operations take place.

It plans to develop new technologies with global teams focused on solid state battery cells, high-speed electric motors, vision systems, machine learning technologies, and AI (artificial intelligence).

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Dyson Pure Cool Me

Not to be confused with the Dyson Pure Cool purifying tower fan TP04, the Pure Cool Me is a personal purifying fan that’s compact and designed to cool you.

Core Flow technology projects precise and focused air, delivering cleaner air around you.

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A built-in HEPA filter captures 99.5 percent of particles as small as allergens (0.1 microns), and ultrafine particles like pollen, mould spores and bacteria.

Activated carbon absorbs and traps gases, odours and household fumes.

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What you’ll appreciate is how quiet it is. It also has an intelligent light sensing system that actively tracks ambient light. It will automatically dim or brighten the built-in LCD screen in real-time.

Additionally, it packs a sleep timer feature that gives you access to pre-set intervals ranging from 30 minutes to 8 hours.

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Dyson Lightcycle

Here’s an unexpected product from Dyson–a desktop personal task light. It’s no ordinary task light though. It features Dyson’s signature industrial design and technology.

The sleek task light features a swiveable arm that can also easily move up and down for height adjustment.

It boasts local daylight tracking that continually adjusts colour temperature and brightness in relation to your local daylight.

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Unlike other conventional desk lamps or task lights, it’s designed to reduce eye strain with over 1,000 Lux brightness, glare protection and low optical flicker.

Thanks to proprietary heat pipe technology, Dyson says the LED lamp is good for up to 60 years of use (based on an estimate 8 hours’ usage per day).

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With the Dyson Link app you can personalise the light brightness and colour temperature, and let it intelligently adjust for age, task and daily routine.

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Dyson V11 Absolute

The new generation Dyson V11 Absolute cord-free vacuum is powered by the new Dyson digital motor V11, delivering 20 percent more suction power than its predecessor Cyclone V10.

It features Dyson’s most powerful battery, with up to 60 minutes of fade-free floor cleaning time.

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The handle now integrates a LCD screen that displays current cleaning mode and allows from easy mode switching between Eco, Auto and Boost modes.

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The V11 Absolute also features a High Torque cleaner head with Dynamic Load Sensor (DLS) system to automatically adapt between carpets and hard floors.

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Pricing and availability

Dyson Pure Cool Me is available from May 2019 onwards on, the Dyson Demo at The Gardens Mall and Gurney Plaza, and major departmental and electrical stores at the price of MYR1,699.

Dyson V11 Absolute is available on, the Dyson Demo at The Gardens Mall and Gurney Plaza, and major departmental and electrical stores at the price of MYR3,399.

Dyson Lightcycle will be available in Malaysia in 2019. The desk version retails for SGD799 (~MYR2,433 ) while the floor model will retail for SGD1,199 (~MYR3,652)

By Vernon

Vernon is the founder and chief editor of A graphic designer by profession, he has a deep love for technology, cars, gadgets, food, and travel. He tweets too much and is also known as a caffeine bacterium ("life's too short for bad coffee"). Bleeds Blue (go Chelsea FC!) and considers BMW, Porsche, Alfa Romeo cars to have in the garage--for true petrolheads, that is.