PopSci puts the Dyson AirBlade to the test in this hands-on demonstration. This device is slated for release in Q4 2007, priced at $1,028. Watch after the jump.
So on the brand-new Airblade dryer, air is drawn in through an iodine-resin purifying filter before it’s shot out of two hair-thin openings at 400 miles an hour. Although James Dyson may not actually have been the first person to “reinvent” the unhygienic ol’ hand dryer, his company’s Airblade does seem to be the most powerful option out there for getting the wet stuff off