The Supersonic, a hair dryer which Dyson intends to sell for $399 when it arrives on American shelves this fall, in New York, April 21, 2016. The Supersonic’s motor is both smaller and quieter than conventional hair dryers, and is mounted in the base, which Dyson hails as a major ergonomic improvement. (Isak Tiner/The New York Times)
The Supersonic, a hair dryer which Dyson intends to sell for $399 when it arrives on American shelves this fall, in New York, April 21, 2016. The Supersonic’s motor is both smaller and quieter than conventional hair dryers, and is mounted in the base, which Dyson hails as a major ergonomic improvement. (Isak Tiner/The New York Times) ISAK TINER New York Times
The Supersonic, a hair dryer which Dyson intends to sell for $399 when it arrives on American shelves this fall, in New York, April 21, 2016. The Supersonic’s motor is both smaller and quieter than conventional hair dryers, and is mounted in the base, which Dyson hails as a major ergonomic improvement. (Isak Tiner/The New York Times) ISAK TINER New York Times

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