On May 7th, Gtech hosted an exclusive event for the US launch of the revolutionary AirRam at The Glass Houses in New York City. The AirRam cleaned up, receiving much fanfare. Gtech has re-imagined the cordless vacuum cleaner, which positions the company on the crest of a wave of innovative technologies. Everything is changing for the better, and our product launch showed the American public how the AirRam has made cleaning better forever.
AirRam Cordless Vacuum Cleaner Launch Event
Over conversation and light hors’ doeuvres, Josh Klein, Hacker Strategist and Host of The Link on the National Geographic Channel, spoke on the new power of emerging technologies. His presentation focused on an eclectic mix of new, clever products and suggested that their success has come about because “technology is utterly changing consumers by empowering them in a whole new way.”
You might wonder how that happens. At Gtech we understand that a “whole new way” is a concert of utility, look, and wild new ideas. That’s why the AirRam uses far less power, doesn’t use a cyclone, and looks so sleek and friendly.
— Malorie Sellers (@maloriesellers) May 7, 2013
After Josh’s thought provoking presentation, Gtech founder Nick Grey weighed in on the topic of innovative technology and explained his vision for the AirRam. He encouraged the audience to think about the evolution of television sets. First, they were huge, with wires hanging everywhere. Now they’re slender and portable. Think about the evolution of vacuums, with the AirRam right at the end. Does the process look familiar? The AirRam is not just a new vacuum; it’s a new way of thinking about vacuums.
Finally, Greg McCormick brought it all home with benefits of the AirRam upright vacuum cleaner. Each of the presentations was enlightening and helped solidify the AirRam as the next big thing in cleaning technology across America.
Here’s what some of the event guests had to say:
What do you think of the AirRam invasion? Do you want to try it out at your home?