The 10 Best Smart Air Purifiers
This wiki has been updated 9 times since it was first published in January of 2019. Whether you're looking to reduce the intensity of an odor in a given space, or you're concerned with airborne allergens and pathogens that might be negatively impacting your health, one of these smart air purifiers could be the answer. You can control these filters with an app on your smartphone over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, and some can even interface with Amazon's Alexa or Google Home Assistant. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
January 24, 2021:
During this update we removed the Honeywell HPA250B as we felt its lack of Wi-Fi connectivity severely hampered its functionality. In its place we included the MiLa 2.0, which exhibits all the features you want in a smart device. Not only does it allow for remote control, but it also learns and adapts over time. For example, it adjusts its airflow to perfectly suit the room it is placed in, and it even automatically quiets itself when a person is in the vicinity so as not to disturb them. We also decided to remove the Dyson Pure Cool TP04 in favor of the Dyson Pure HP04, as the latter offers cooling and heating, making it ideal for all-season use. While not a new recommendation, the Wynd Plus still stands out for its convenient portability, and since it runs on batteries, it can even be used in a vehicle if desired.
February 01, 2019:
For all the innovation that this category offers, there are perhaps still a few too many options that are just plain ugly. Fortunately, there are some attempts to make these devices easier on the eyes, and those also happen to come with some of the best features in terms of connectivity and filtration. The Rabbit model is a great example of this, as is the slightly less impressive LG tower.