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I was trying to put on a screen protector onto my tablet they other day, and discovered just how much dust I had in my office. Perhaps it’s because of all the constantly-buzzing computer equipment, but a fine dust layer on top of everything.
I used to be a big fan (pun intended) of air purifiers when I lived in the South because the region’s legendary yellow pollen dustings caused several major sinus infections. Now that I live in the Northwest, I noticed that I spend a lot more time inside with the windows closed.
I wanted to cut down on the dust in my office, and an air purifier would fit the bill nicely. Most people don’t need a fancy medical-grade air purifier for that, but if a mid-range model happens to catch viruses, then that would be a bonus. Fellowes was nice enough to send along their new AeraMax DX55 Air Purifier for us to take a look at.
The Fellowes AeraMax DX55 Air Purifier offers total innovation and convenience with: