Hero Electronix’s Qubo launches the latest range of car air purifiers

Hero Electronix’s consumer technology brand, Qubo, has launched an air purifier for cars. The new air cleaner reduces air pollution inside the car by ensuring clean air. Its 3-layer filtration can remove PM 2.5-10, allergens, airborne bacteria, dust, cigarette smoke, chemicals emitted from plastics, exhaust fumes and other toxic pollutants from the car, while reducing odors and in turn effectively improving air quality, Hero Electronix mentioned .

The unit comes with an automotive air quality monitoring system with a built-in TVOC sensor that can detect the air quality and automatically adjust the fan speed. Nikhil Rajpal, CEO, Hero Electronix said that when winter begins in North India, smog forms across the region and especially in the National Capital Region. Although we cannot completely control our environment and the air we breathe, the need of the hour is to mitigate the risks as much as possible, he added.

“Our team has worked hard to bring this product in time to help our consumers deal with the impact of pollution while on the go. This is in line with our motto of smart products that actually make our lives better ,” he added.

Rajpal hopes that products like Qubo air purifiers will help manage the situation a bit until more fundamental solutions to this problem are found.

The cleaner is portable and lightweight product, compatible with any car, which increases its overall ease of use. Customers can buy it on all channels – leading online portals like Amazon, Quboworld.com etc. and also across offline channels through a wide network of retailers.

Unveiled by Hero Electronix in 2019, Qubo is a brand of smart devices starting with a nascent but growing smart home security market in India. Earlier this year, Qubo launched its Connected Auto range and is also a major in car dash

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