DYSON has announced a brand new super powerful vacuum cleaner that can suck up tiny viruses.
The British company says its new Gen5detect is its most powerful cordless vacuum yet.
Its harder filter and fully sealed system can capture 99.99 percent of particles down to 0.1 microns in size, which is about the size of a Covid particle.
However, the company didn’t test it against the coronavirus in top-secret labs — instead, it was tested on the swine flu virus H1N1 and the bacteriophage MS2.
Dyson’s own research found that 95 per cent of people say they are cleaning their homes as much, if not more, because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The company has improved their crazy laser that will also reveal hidden dirt on your floors.
Since its launch last year, experts have now cranked it up to reveal twice the amount of microscopic dust for more brightness and range.
The intelligent system will also warn you if your room is not clean enough.
A screen shows bars that bounce and fall according to the amount of particles removed in real time – so owners know when to continue or try again.
Founder James Dyson said: “The Gen5detect defines Dyson’s next generation of cleaning technology.
“It’s the combination of our dust light optics technology, dust particle counting and sizing, groundbreaking new motor and full-machine HEPA filtration that allows you to achieve our deepest cleaning yet.”
The company has yet to reveal how much the new vacuum cleaner will cost.
And we don’t know when it will be available either.
Earlier this year, Dyson unveiled a crazy headset that also sucks out bad air.
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