CNET UK goes hands-on with Dyson's latest contribution to hygiene, the Airblade Tap -- a combination faucet and hand dryer.
Luke Westaway goes hands-on (or should that be 'under') with Dyson's pricey new bathroom tech.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 could be coming soon, but will it be as good as the £1,000 Dyson Airblade Tap?
CNET UK's Luke Westaway gets his mitts washed, and then dried, by Dyson's fancy new bathroom tap.
Luke Westaway gets his mitts washed and dried by Dyson's £1,000 tap in the hands-on video.
Dyson's newest wheeze washes and then dries your mitts. But adjusting the water temperature is a no-no.
Rich DeMuro dries his hands with the Dyson device at its U.S. launch; the company hopes to transform public restrooms.
Sir James Dyson gives CNET Australia a hands-on demonstration of the new Airblade Tap, and talks about the challenges behind great design.