Sony KDL26EX320 TV
You’ll need a TV to slot into that lovely TV bed, otherwise you’d be as well grabbing a double divan from Beds R Us. The bed will support TVs up to 32in in size, but I reckon that a TV that size at the end of your bed is more likely to give you a headache than send you gently off into the land of nod. So this 26in Sony is ideal. Like the the living room TV I’ve chosen, it’s a smart telly and has Wi-Fi support built-in. In addition to Sony’s Internet TV platform, you can use this TV as a DNLA receiver to watch content from your PC or Mac.
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Zeo Sleep Manager Bedside
We all know the importance of a good night’s sleep and the difference it can make to our ability to function the following day. But how can we ensure that we get it? The first stage to improving anything is to gather data, and that’s where Zeo comes in. Strap on the headband before you hit the hay and it will track your sleep pattern while you’re in the land of nod. When you wake, the data will be waiting on the bedside display, ready for you to analyse. Find out how long you were in REM and deep sleep, and learn how to improve it to get a better night’s rest. ®
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Re: I think it's safe to say
No, not ludditeism here, just the acknowledgement that this is by some magnitude of order, the most pointless collection of shit the reg has ever assembled for a review.
2 tvs, wristwatches, radios, nite-lights and a collection of pointless alarm clocks.
Slow day guys???
I think it's safe to say
that I wouldn't want to share my bedroom with *any* of these gadgets.
Perhaps I'm just an old Luddite?
You seem to have omitted a tea maker, perhaps they have become extinct.
This will be a shame because, as the former owner of a Goblin Teasmade from the 70's, I can assure you that there has never been a better method of filling a sock draw with superheated steam and boiling water.
The only superfluous part was the buzzer, which after the five minutes of bubbling, hissing, vibration and occasional screaming, sounded to ... er ... wake you up.
It was then just a matter of adding the slightly-off milk...
It's the tea-stained dressing gown.