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New: DreamStation Go portable PAP
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I just noticed this and had not seen it here before.  Phillips claims:

  • Half of the size of Philips’ current PAP machines

  • Features micro-flexible tubing, designed to minimize bulk and improve mobility while you sleep

  • Compact, lightweight and slim profile offers convenience while traveling

  • Designed for easy airport screening

  • Available rechargeable battery for travel “off the grid”

  • Simple touch screen technology and USB port for mobile device charging

  • Convenient travel bag accessory available
[Image: device-dreamstation-go.png?1485815757]
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#2
Oooooo, Pretty! Looks like it isn't available quite yet, though. Wonder what the price difference will be for the travel battery for this, or the "regular" DreamStation.
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#3
(01-31-2017, 07:26 PM)JinMHK Wrote: Oooooo, Pretty!  Looks like it isn't available quite yet, though.  Wonder what the price difference will be for the travel battery for this, or the "regular" DreamStation.

It's a very nice machine!  I bet the "available battery" is the current battery from philips.
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#4
I find the "micro-flexible tubing" interesting as the tube and mask take up considerable room when travelling.
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#5
It would be interesting to compare this to the new Resmed Airmini but I don't think there is very much info on that.
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(01-31-2017, 09:22 PM)C0mbe Wrote: It would be interesting to compare this to the new Resmed Airmini but I don't think there is very much info on that.

It's probably not a coincidence that both companies are coming out with a competitive entry in the travel category.  Just a guess, but I would bet Philips stays with a 12 volt scheme that will be more flexible in non-proprietary batteries and cables vs Resmed, which I expect will retain the 24 volt power and need for their proprietary system.  This could make a huge dollar difference in the full system.  I also wonder if these have external power supplies, and whether they are also down-sized.
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#7
I notice the Respironics name is missing. Is this a new trend by Philips to consolidate their branding?

The narrow hose is interesting - it's the hose, mask and power brick which take up the most space when travelling, so any moves to reduce the bulk of these items would be welcome.
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#8
PAP, as in CPAP and APAP?
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#9
I dunno what the big deal is. Airing will kick butt and fit in your pocket when traveling. No hoses, no masks, no hassle. Just a minor inconvenience due to the fact that they don't have a prototype yet. But hey. Keep sending them money and CPAP will be come obsolete. Give it about 200 years and we'll see that prototype!
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