Noria is a new smart window air conditioner that is smaller and lighter than traditional models. The frame of the device is installed first and the unit is then simply inserted, making the installation less laborious than trying to hold a heavier unit in an open window while the frame is adjusted. Users can program the unit or manually adjust the temperature with a simple knob on the device or through a smartphone app.
Noria was designed to address all the pain points of current window air conditioners. From beautiful design to easy installation to remote connectivity and schedule creation, Noria makes living with a window air conditioner a pain-free experience. The intuitive thermostat knob interface makes interaction simple. Smart features mean you can control Noria via bluetooth and make energy saving schedules from your iPhone or Android device. A low profile design allows you to keep the view from your window, and makes storage a breeze. The fresh air mode brings in outside air on those cool June and September nights – not even central air can offer that.
The Noria was created by Philadelphia-based Likuma Labs. They are now raising money to mass produce the Noria air conditioner with a Kickstarter campaign.
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via Product Hunt