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Samsung triangle air conditioner now in Ghana



Samsung’s new triangle air conditioner is now available on the Ghanaian market. With its striking triangular design, this latest Samsung masterpiece is taking the whole design of air conditioners to a new level, not to mention the fact that it has been engineered to deliver exceptional comfort and health benefits as it filters the air while cooling.

The new Samsung Triangle air conditioner has a wider inlet, wider outlet and an even bigger fan, and yet it is still able to maintain a compact exterior profile so that it enhances the overall air conditioning experience.

The special triangular design is meant to deliver improved performance by circulating cool air faster, farther and wider, while the installed Samsung Digital Inverter Technology delivers significantly greater energy efficiency to save the user money.

The “Virus Doctor” and “Easy Filter” features also assist by eliminating dust, contaminants, allergens, bacteria and viruses ensuring clean crisp air.

The designers of this air conditioner have ensured that it is exceptionally efficient by cooling and expelling air faster (26%), 14m meters farther and twice as wide, so that it is able to reach every corner of a room in no time at all.

On a particularly hot day, the Fast Cool mode allows this air conditioner to cool any room rapidly, before it automatically changes to Comfort Cool mode where the desired temperature can be maintained.

According to Vishwas Saxena, Business Leader for Consumer Electronics at Samsung Ghana, the new Triangle Air Conditioner is available in all Samsung authorized dealer shops nationwide.

He also stated that hence forth, all new split air conditioners from the electronics giants will have this new triangular design.

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