CES 2020: LuftQi Debuts Latest Award-winning Mini Air Purifier Lufe Cube

Posted: Jan 9 2020, 10:44pm CST | by , Updated: Jan 10 2020, 3:37am CST , in CES


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CES 2020: LuftQi debuts latest award-winning mini air purifier Lufe Cube

This speaker-looking air purifier can destroy all the harmful substances in the air, including allergens.

Taiwanese startup LuftQi has taken to the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to showcase its latest product, the Lufe Cube mini air purifier that is able to decompose allergens.

The Lufe Cube has already gained the Taiwan Excellence Award and America's 2020 CES Innovation Award.

LuftQi said Lufe Cube features a patented nano photocatalytic purification technology that improves indoor air quality and users' respiratory health. It can destroy allergens like pollen and other harmful substances like molds, bacteria, PM 2.5 organic compounds, and bioaerosols.

The company has undergone six crowdfunding efforts to develop the Luft Cube. It is the most lightweight, non-consumable air purifier and the very first one to employ nanotechnology.

Users will no longer need a filter to make the Lufe Cube work. It's also very power efficient as it only consumes 2.5W of energy.

LuftQi said the company is also looking to develop a new special photocatalytic technology to further advance its air purification technology.

CES attendees can witness how the Lufe Cube works during the biggest tech trade show of the year that's ending Friday, January 10.

Catch the latest updates on the biggest consumer electronics trade show, including all the new and improved products from tech giants and startups, at I4U News’ dedicated CES 2020 News Hub.

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