My second video from the Logitech product-launch last night, this Pure-Fi Dream alarm clock not only docks your iPod, but contains two sensors on top, so with a simple wave of a hand over the device, the snooze function is enabled. Released after Christmas, it’ll be £179, but I guarantee you you’ll be calling into work late every day with the Pure-Fi – it’s just far too easy to wave your hand over the sensor, and turn off that irritating pop ditty that’s interrupted your slumber.
Logitech Pure-Fi Dream
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