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15 Feb, 2023
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IKEA has revealed its newest addition to the smart home market, an indoor air quality monitor known as VINDSTYRKA.

Equipped with a generously sized display, this new device is compatible with IKEA's latest smart hub, DIRIGERA, which supports Matter technology and allows seamless connectivity with popular smart home platforms, including HomeKit.

IKEA announced the news in a press release today:

“Clean indoor air is essential to our wellbeing, and one of the first steps to better air is increased awareness of indoor pollutants. The new VINDSTYRKA air quality sensor allows measuring and monitoring of indoor air pollutant levels, complementing the existing IKEA range of smart solutions that enable better air quality in the home.”
“With VINDSTYRKA, our ambition has been to create an affordable high-performing air quality sensor to help our customers become more aware of the quality of the air they breathe in their homes, says Henrik Telander, Product owner at IKEA of Sweden.”

The VINDSTYRKA air quality monitor boasts a spacious and uncomplicated front panel that displays your home's air quality data with ease. While it can be used as a standalone device, it can also be paired with the DIRIGERA hub that supports Matter technology, allowing you to view the readings on your iPhone or other compatible smartphones.

Although IKEA has not yet disclosed the price, the VINDSTYRKA air quality monitor will be available for purchase on the company's website and at retail stores in April. Comparable products such as the Eve Room are priced at $99, but IKEA typically offers more budget-friendly options.