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This smart air conditioner is a summer must-have

The EvaSMART 2 combines an A/C, humidifier and purifier into a single, high-tech device
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Running your air conditioner isn't the best thing for the environment (or your utility bill). But, when the thermometer climbs to 80 and beyond, that feeling of fiscal and ecological guilt isn't quite enough to keep us from blasting the A/C.

Rather than eat away at your conscience and checking account, there's a better way to keep cool during the summer months. It's the EvaSMART 2: Smart Personal Air Conditioner; and, you can grab it for $70 off today, just $200.

The EvaSMART 2 is designed to spread cool air the same way nature does. By combining the functionality of a humidifier and air conditioner into a single unit, the EvaSMART 2 uses natural evaporative cooling to lower the temperature around you. In addition to helping you cool off, the EvaSMART 2 also filters out dust particles to improve the air around you.

With an air conditioner, humidifier, and purifier all packed inside a single, portable device, you'd expect the EvaSMART 2 to have some serious power demands. However, the device consumes just 12.5 watts of power, making it 10 times more efficient than other portable A/Cs and 10-20 times more effective than traditional split systems.

On top of all this, this EvaSMART 2 also integrates with popular smart home platforms, like Amazon Alexa and Google Home, and can be operated via the built-in touchpad, mobile app or voice controls.

In a world where we'd all like to be a bit more eco-friendly, the EvaSMART 2 presents a way to do Mother Nature a solid without breaking a sweat, and since it's on sale for only $200, you can get your own for a price that's tough to beat.

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