Edited by: Sharya Sharma
Last updated: February 17, 2023, 5:36 PM IST
Samsung has launched its range of air conditioners for 2023, including 36 models of its premium WindFree air conditioners. Samsung claims that the WindFree technology distributes air through 23,000 micro-holes, providing 43% faster cooling while eliminating harsh cold drafts.
The new range has been designed to blend seamlessly into interiors with two-tone designs and three color options, including new Rose Gray and Airy Mint, and the standard white.
Certain models of Samsung’s new range of air conditioners have a 4-in-1 PM2.5 air filter with advanced filter technology, which can reduce up to 90% harmful bacteria, 99% viruses and 98% allergens. The Wi-Fi enabled air conditioners, including the WindFree series, have an AI power mode that uses AI to analyze the user’s desired temperature and room condition to save up to 20% energy. In addition, the WindFree Good Sleep mode can create an ideal temperature without unpleasant cold air currents and save up to 69% energy compared to the normal cooling mode.
In addition to WindFree air conditioners, Samsung has released 38 more models. The 5-in-1 Convertible Series offers adjustable settings from 40% to 120%, including Home Only (40%), Eco (60%), Cozy (80%), Normal (100%) and Party (120%) modes. %)). All models come with Wi-Fi, a PM 2.5 4-in-1 care filter, AI Energy Mode and geometric and floral designs.
Built-in Wi-Fi allows consumers to manage their ACs using Samsung’s SmartThings app, Bixby voice assistant, Alexa, and Google Home. The WindFree ACs also feature motion detection sensors that automatically switch to power-saving mode when no motion is detected for 20 minutes, saving up to 43% energy.
Samsung WindFree ACs Price and Availability
Samsung’s new AC range, including the WindFree models, can be purchased from Rs 35,599 from retail and online stores such as Flipkart, Amazon and Samsung.com. Buyers can get 5% cashback when using major bank cards in stores and on Samsung.com.
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