Zigma Smart Aerio 300 air purifier review: Capable enough for smaller spaces – Christopher Null

Zigma’s Smart Aerio 300 comes with talk of an AI algorithm and an air quality forecast, but let’s get down to brass tacks: This is a relatively basic, lower-cost air purifier with simple smart features and a straightforward design, built with smaller rooms in mind.

The unit is small, 13 pounds in weight and measuring just 20 x 12 x 8 inches (HxWxD). Air is pulled in through the entire front face of the device, which is covered by a plastic, patterned grille, passed through a HEPA H13 filter, and emitted through the top of the device. Basic controls are available here, including a power button that cycles through four speed settings (the last is an unlabeled auto mode), a sleep and child lock button, and a button that turns on both negative ion and UV-C filtration (together).

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