Sony officially launched the first wearable air conditioner, Reon Pocket, which is expected to be on sale for a long time and lowers the body temperature by up to 5 degrees. The device offers 4 hours of use on a single charge and can be controlled with the smartphone app.
Last summer, Sony promised to launch its first personal wearable air conditioner at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The coronavirus caused the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to be postponed, but Sony did not hesitate to offer its wearable air conditioner, and the Sony Reon Pocket was finally launched.
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The summer season began to show its scorching heat with the arrival of July. Sony says you can spend your day cool and comfortable in the scorching heat with this device. Because, according to Sony’s claim, this wearable device can cool the body temperature of the user up to 5 degrees.
Reon Pocket actually works with an extremely simple logic. The part of the device that touches the body takes the body temperature and throws it out with the help of a fan behind it. The device, which has a similar logic with the refrigerators, reduces the body temperature sensibly.
The temperature and motion sensors on the Reon Pocket enable the automatic mode selection and automatic adjustment of the temperature via the iOS and Android app of the device. However, users can adjust the temperature manually if they want.
Sony has set a price tag of $120 for the Reon Pocket, which also functions as a small amount of heating in winter. However, those who have the t-shirt required to use the device will receive a $20 refund. Finally, let’s mention that the Reon Pocket has a usage time of 2 to 4 hours and a full charge in 2 hours, depending on the cooling level.
Sony Reon Pocket promotional video
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