This summer, get yourself an AI driven air-conditioner
ONYXS and GENIO by Onida, are the first smart AC's equipped with the innovative voice-driven technology.
The mercury levels are rising and call for powerful air conditioners. One of the most trusted brands, Onida comes to everyone's rescue by launching its two new air conditioners in the nick of time, before the hot and dry climate of summers sets in.
ONYXS and GENIO by Onida, are the first smart AC's equipped with the innovative voice-driven technology, operated by Alexa, a in house ViOT (Voice IOT) technology. It is an artificial intelligence based technology which enables the functioning of the air-conditioners.
With these two air conditioners, Onida will also be introducing the magnified cooling and multiplier cooling inverter technology, which in turn means that a 120% magnified cooling will be delivered in a matter of 30 seconds. This is beyond any rated capacity of an air conditioner and is a suitable feature for the harsh summer the country faces every year.
Along with this, the AC's will boast ethereal textures and style finish, coupled with innovative 4D cooling, 100% copper condenser, Blur fin powerful coating, eco-friendly R-32 refrigerant gas and smart digital display.
Both the sir conditioners are designed keeping in mind the norms of Indian Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio or ISEER ratings. There are two variants of the ONYX SMART- Inverter 5 Star and 3 Star in each of 1 Ton and 1.5 Ton categories, priced between Rs. 44,990 to Rs. 63,990. Meanwhile, the GENIO variants in both 1 ton and 1.5 ton have a 3 star rating, within the price range of Rs 46,990 to Rs. 55,990.
The company has also come up with a unique Smart Home App which make your smartphone a mono-platform to control the devices. This is available for both iOS and Android.
G. Sundar, CEO , MIRC Electronics Ltd. (Onida), on the success of the two AC's, stated " We are very delighted to launch voice integrated smart air conditioners. We had phenomenal growth in our air conditioners business during the last quarter and we are looking forward to favorable season for the current year."