In China, this wearable air purifier could replace the smog mask
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Smog and other air pollution is still a massive problem in China, damaging residents' health and necessitating the use of the now common smog mask. Hoping to find a more comfortable and intelligent solution, the Wind Six wearable air purifier lets people breathe in polluted cities while also recommending smog-free areas. Wearing a mask all day isn't the most comfortable way to move around the city, but both the nose and mouth need to protected from the tiny smog particles in the air. Wind Six has developed a new device that looks like a headphone and mic setup, allowing the…
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