Wednesday, January 25, 2006

What's your sleep number?

This alarm clock tracks your movement while you sleep and determines the best possible moment to wake you within a half-hour window of your 'I'm going to be late for work . . . again' event horizon. It took me a few seconds to wrap my brain around exactly what that meant, but I think I've got it now. Supposedly, the alarm will sound while you are in your lightest sleep phase instead of waking you when you're out cold. I know that makes me bitchy for a good hour or so. And as an added bonus, the sensor which tracks your sleepy-time spasms is a sweatband -- sweatbands are so hot right now with the kids. The aXbo is available for preorder now.

aXbo Sleep Phase Alarm Clock - I4U [Via Gizmodo]

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