LG, a South Korean technology company, unveiled its new PuriCare electronic mask, which offers up to 8 hours of use and optimal protection. Users will be able to communicate easily without removing the mask thanks to the VoiceON technology.
Many technology companies have been developing electronic masks to make the mask, which is one of the most critical objects in the pandemic, more useful and dependable. If you recall, Razer, a well-known gaming equipment maker, also released an electronic mask called Project Hazel.
LG, a South Korean technological behemoth, was the most recent addition to this caravan. Puricare, the company’s new electronic mask with removable air filters and a slew of technological features, was unveiled.
VoiceON technology powers the built-in speaker and microphone on the LG PuriCare
People have several challenges while wearing the masks, which have now become required, according to LG, including difficulty breathing, sweating on their chins, and fogging of their spectacles, and these difficulties should be solved during the pandemic phase.
The new PuriCare electronic mask, which weighs only 94 grams and has a 1000 mAh battery, has an 8-hour battery life and can be fully charged in two hours. At the same time, thanks to the microphone and speaker equipped with VoiceON technology, the gadget allows the user’s voice to be broadcast audibly to the environment without the need for the user to remove the mask.
One of the major benefits of the mask, which has a sleek and ergonomic design, according to the firm, is that it does not sweat the face. PuriCare’s high-quality materials are said to provide no discomfort to the wearer, even though they protect the face. There has been no official word on when the mask will be available or how much it will cost. It will be offered in Thailand for the first time in August.