Hisense's Alexa-Powered Air Conditioner Available For $389

For quite some of you, summer is right around the corner, and you’re probably looking for the best way to keep cool. Well, if you’re in the market for a portable air conditioner with Alexa support, you’re in luck, as one of Hisense’s offerings is now available on Walmart. The Hisense 10K BTU is the name of the said air conditioner, and it comes with the following model number: AP10CW1G.

Having said that, this air conditioner is currently priced at $389 on Walmart, which is the cheapest price that we’ve stumbled upon, at least in the US. The company claims that this air conditioner is really quiet, as it has a quiet compressor, and a new cross-flow fan design. As already mentioned, this air conditioner comes with Alexa support, which means it can communicate with your smart devices, and that opens up quite a few possibilities for this air conditioner, as it allows you not only to use voice to operate it, but it also allows you to schedule its operation modes and so on. There are two displays included on the device itself, and this air conditioner will actually get Google Assistant support soon, which will probably make it even more appealing to some of you.

This air conditioner has multi-directional automatic air flow, which makes it more appealing that the vast majority of portable air conditioners out there, as most of them shoot out air in a single direction. With this air conditioner, you will also get an I-Feel remote controller, which can show you the temperature in its vicinity, and communicate with the device itself. This gadget is currently available in a white color only, it seems, and shipping is free. The Hisense 10K BTU is not a large air conditioner, by any means, it’s the size of a regular vacuum cleaner.

Hisense 10K BTU Air Conditioner
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