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The future is cool, but not too cool. Mitsubishi has developed an air conditioner that can sense if there’s a human body in the room, turning off if there’s no one around.

The ZW series has two sensors that can switch between low-consumption mode if a human body hasn’t been sensed in the room within a few minutes to off if a person hasn’t been detected for 30 minutes.

The ZW series is going to be available in November and will retail for about $2,651.

Source: Earth Techling

 
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