Dyson, the maker of the popular vacuum cleaner, has launched a new line of vacuum cleaners and other products aimed at helping people take charge of their personal computing devices.
The company’s new line includes the Dyson SuperPower, a computer keyboard that works with an Apple Mac or Linux desktop computer, and the Droner, a keyboard for desktops, laptops, and tablets that includes features such as auto-completion, auto-correct and more.
It also includes an iPad app called the D-Link, which will be available in the U.S. and Canada for $49.99.
The Droners are all designed to be simple to use.
They come with a full-sized keyboard and a dedicated power button.
The keyboard and power button can be programmed to work with different types of keyboards, and they’re also designed to work on different desktops and laptops.
Users can choose which keyboards work with their Droning software, and can customize their Dyson to work in a variety of different environments.
Users can also plug their D-LINK into their laptop’s HDMI port, which makes it easy to connect the Drones to TVs, games consoles, and more to use with other devices, the company said.
Dyson also said it’s working on a tablet that will have a dedicated keyboard for tablets, and a smartphone app that lets users control their Drones remotely.
Droners will also come with an app called Dronero, which lets users remotely control the Drons, including the DRL-3, DRL3, and DRL2, according to Dyson.
The Dronier also comes with a remote controller, which can be connected to your TV, a Bluetooth-enabled remote, or an app like Siri.
The two Dronos are compatible with Apple iOS, Android, and Windows devices, and are compatible for other devices too, the Dysons website said.
Dyson also offers the D3, which comes with the DTS-X2 sound chip.
Dysons SuperPower keyboard will come with support for a variety in-app customization options, the firm said.
Users will be able to choose from a variety on-screen and in-store options, such as the DTA (Dynamically Adaptive Technology), DTA-X (Dynamic Tearing Technology), or DTA2 (Dynamic Dynamic Tearing).
The SuperPower comes with one dedicated keyboard, which is capable of working with both Windows and Mac computers.
The SuperPowers are compatible in a range of languages, including English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian.
Users also will be given a full list of all the supported apps, including games, movies, music, and other content.
Drones also will have their own personal dashboard with all their information, including device charging status, battery status, and battery levels.
Drones will be paired with an iOS or Android phone, tablet, or other connected device to automatically sync information with the company’s app, the site said.
A Dyson spokesperson told Business Insider the Dynos SuperPower is compatible with a variety devices, including iPhones, iPads, and Android tablets.
Dynos also recently launched its Dyson Drones, a range that includes a DronER, DronERO, D-Bionic, DYNA, and two other Drones.
The company also said the DYDA Drones have a built-in camera and a “firmware-free” interface, but the company declined to give further details.
Dioner’s Drones are compatible not only with other Apple and Android devices, but also Windows and Windows Phone devices.
Dioner said it will also support other iOS devices, though the company wouldn’t say which devices are compatible.
The new Droneros are compatible across the desktop, laptop, and smartphone markets, but it’s unclear how compatible they are with a range other than the Diesons SuperPower keyboard.
Dronemasters Drones come with full power, while the SuperPowered Drones only have a USB port, and it’s possible the SuperPower will be compatible with other ports too, Dyson said.