Acer officially debuts household lifestyle arm 'acerpure'
Bringing the fight to the already crowded market.
IT and computer peripheral maker Acer is officially dipping its toes into the lifestyle market, with sub-brand acerpure offering products in the household appliances space.
First conceived during the COVID-19 period, acerpure's original mission was to provide clean air with its air purifiers, but has since expanded to other household appliances.
Bringing the fight to companies like Xiaomi and Dyson, both of which also offer the same range of products for general consumers, acerpure currently has five products in their lineup, which includes air circulators and vacuum cleaners.
acerpure clean V1
A conventional cyclone-action vacuum cleaner that can be used with different suction heads. The clean V1 has three different speeds: Eco, Standard and Turbo, and can last up to 60 minutes of use on Eco mode. It also boasts a suction power of 23,000Pa. Retail price is S$368.
acerpure clean V1 Lite
A slim vacuum cleaner with portability in mind, the clean V1 Lite can also be extended to clean hard-to-reach places such as car interiors. Weighing in at 550 grams, you are also able to charge the V1 lite using a USB-C cable, making it a truly portable device. Retail price is S$149.
acerpure cool C2
The acerpure cool C2 is an air purifier and circulator hybrid, moving the air in the room while keeping it fresh. It can be controlled via an app or its remote control. This retails at S$498.
acerpure pro P2
Similar to the previous cool C2, the pro P2 is just the same unit without the function of the air circulator. This retails for S$398.
acerpure cozy F1
Last but not least, the cozy F1 is a standalone air circulator. It is similar to the cool C2's air circulator, but with added speed and functionality. This is retailing at S$158.
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