Best Smart Wi-Fi Air Purifiers 2022

Best Smart Wi-Fi Air Purifiers Coway AIRMEGA 400s Air Purifier
Best Smart Wi-Fi Air Purifiers Coway AIRMEGA 400s Air Purifier (Image credit: Coway)

Air purifiers are a great way to keep the air inside our homes fresh and clean, but the best smart Wi-Fi air purifiers take it to the next level. These smart appliances combine app and voice controls, with air quality monitor capabilities, making it easy to ramp them up if things suddenly take a turn for the worse, either manually or automatically. If you are in the market, these are the best smart Wi-Fi air purifiers you can buy today.

Connected cleaners

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The best smart Wi-Fi air purifiers truly offer it all, putting all of their connected capabilities just a tap, or shout, away. Whether it is just for maintaining a healthy home or battling seasonal allergies, there are smart purifiers available in all shapes and sizes.

The Molekule Mini+ features an absolutely stunning design, with a smaller footprint — and price tag, than its flagship tower purifier. While smaller, the Mini+ can still clean rooms up to 250 square feet with its PECO technology that destroys common pollutants at the molecular level.

Need a smart air purifier that can cover larger rooms? Then check out the Coway AIRMEGA 400S. This beast can cover rooms up to 1,560 sq. ft. It's not all just about the size, though, as this purifier packs a HEPA filter that captures particulates down to 0.3 microns in size and, of course, connected controls.

Luke Filipowicz
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