Last updated on August 8th, 2022

One thing is to keep your gaming setup and office clean and free of dirt, dust, and popcorn or chips/crisps, but another is to ensure that the environment smells pleasant and doesn’t make you feel as though you’re living in a pit.

Aside from only removing the dust, an air purifier can help maintain the air clean in your gaming room. They catch particulate matter, improve your brain activity and health.

There are a ton of options, including ones with activated carbon filters and true HEPA medical-grade filters. Here are the 3 best air purifiers for the gaming room.

Coway Airmega 400S for a Large Gaming Room

Room Coverage:
731 sq. ft.
CADR:
350 CFM
Filter Life:
12 months
Replacement Filter:
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Noise Level:
22 - 52 dB
Power:
6.2 - 66W
Dimensions (HxWxD):
22.7" x 14.8" x 14.8"
Weight
pounds

The Coway Airmega 400s purifies the air you breathe more quickly and effectively by pulling contaminated air from two sides of the unit and pushing filtered air out the top. Through the Airmega mobile app, which is Wi-Fi enabled, you can control your purifier from any location at any time, including Smart Mode (Auto, Sleep, Eco), as well as view the current state of the air quality.

The unit comes with 4 filters in total: two pre-filters and two Max2 HEPA/Carbon filters. The pre-filters capture large particles like hair and dander, and at the same time increase the lifespan of the Max2 filters. The Max2 filter is a combined HEPA and Activated Carbon filter: it can remove the tiniest particles 0.3 micron in size at 99.97% efficiency. The particles include allergens, dust, smoke, bacteria and other irritants.

This air purifier can be controlled via an iOS/Android app, manually or with your voice. Or you can simply set it to Auto and let it run 24/7 – the appliance will automatically regulate the speed based and keep the air fresh and breathable.

Coway is a long-standing Korean company, so you can be sure you will always have a possibility to buy filter replacements and not get yourself in a situation when you have a working air cleaner, but it is useless as filter replacements are nowhere to be found.

Winix PlasmaWave 5500-2 for Medium Rooms

Room Coverage:
360 sq. ft.
CADR:
Dust 243 / Pollen 246 / Smoke 232
Filter Life:
12 months
Replacement Filter:
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Noise Level:
27.8 - 54.8 dB
Power:
70W
Dimensions (LxWxH):
8.2" x 15" x 23.6"
Weight
14.8 pounds

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Winix PlasmaWave 5500-2 is one of the best HEPA air purifiers you can ever find. It is also made by a Korean company – this time it’s Winix.

The PlasmaWave 5500-2 also features a pre-filter, HEPA and Carbon filters, but they are all separate. In addition, the Carbon filter is washable, and it means you will save up some money on maintaining this air purifier.

In addition to three filters, there is also an ionizer. It helps the filters catch particles and freshen the air.

Auto and Sleep modes, and Timer are also available.

Afloia Fillo for Small Gaming Rooms

Room Coverage:
120 sq. ft.
CADR:
58 CFM
Filter Life:
3 - 6 months
Replacement Filter:
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Noise Level:
24 - 48 dB
Power:
35W
Dimensions (LxWxH):
7.67" x 7.67" x 15.8"
Weight
4.63 pounds

If you ever wanted not just to keep the air clean but also to have a pleasant scent in your room, the Afloia Fillo is what you need. This small air purifier is one of the best among Afloia air cleaners and it has a nice oil diffuser that will spread the aroma all around your room.

When it comes to area coverage, the Afloia Fillo isn’t as powerful as both air cleaners mentioned above. It shows the best results in small rooms, in the range of 120 – 150 square feet. You can easily put it next to your computer so any dust coming from there will be caught inside the filter’s system.

Whatever your choice is, any of these air purifiers will keep the mentioned area clean from allergens, dust, smoke, and other smells and bacteria that otherwise live rent free in your gaming room.