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Samsung to unveil its first ever Wind-Free wall-mounted air conditioner AR9500M at CES 2017

Samsung will unveil its first ever, award-winning Wind-Free wall-mounted air conditioner AR9500M at CES 2017, following the huge success of its floor-standing Wind-Free air conditioner in South Korea. The air conditioner provides customers with a cooler indoor climate and optimal energy efficiency without the discomfort of direct cold airflow thanks to Samsung’s exclusive Wind-Free Cooling technology. The Wi-Fi-enabled AR9500M can be controlled from anywhere through Samsung’s Smart Home app. Users can remotely regulate temperature, adjust settings, receive real time updates about performance and daily energy usage, as well as troubleshoot solutions when a repair is needed.

The Samsung Wind-Free wall-mounted air conditioner AR9500M provides customers with the ideal condition by maintaining the comfortable room temperature, using Wind-FreeCooling to gently disperse cold air through 21,000 micro air holes. A two-step cooling system first lowers the temperatures in Fast Cooling Mode and then automatically switches to Wind-Free Cooling Mode creating still air once the desired temperature is reached. This system can reduce energy consumption by up to 72 percent compared to Fast Cooling mode.

The Samsung AR9500M’s unique Triangle Architecture has a wider inlet which allows more air to be drawn in at once, while the optimal width and angle of the outlet, extra v-blades, and large fan – 22 percent larger than previous models – ensure air is cooled and expelled faster, farther and wider, to reach every corner of the room. Using Samsung’s new Digital Inverter 8-Pole with POWERboost technology, the AR9500M’s motor generates fewer torque fluctuations – reducing the overall energy required and shortening the time needed for the compressor to reach its maximum speed (Hertz).

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