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Goodbye washing machines

Written by Nick Dinsmoor

January 21, 2020

Goodbye washing machines

Looking to eliminate the hassle of laundry baskets and washing machines? Samsung’s new AirDresser might be the perfect new gadget for your bedroom!

Quieter than a washing machine and gentler on clothes, the AirDresser is toted to be more efficient and less wasteful than traditional cleaning methods. Amazingly this wardrobe doesn’t even need a fixed water supply or drainage, instead it uses two portable containers at the base of the dresser.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a true Samsung gadget without AI features so the AirDresser is equipped to learn what clothes you own and even suggest the best way of cleaning them.

Sounds like laundry is now dummy-proof!

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