Why smart alarm clocks can’t be trusted

Why smart alarm clocks can’t be trusted

mart alarm clocks are bedside buzzers with smart features. Most have touch screens, some have radar, and others can use lighting to wake you up. But none of them have a little lithium-ion battery to make sure you wake up in the middle of the night. iHome’s iAlarm clock works with Siri and Google Assistant. The Loftie’s alarm offers sound baths and guided meditation. Some alarm clocks have coin cell batteries that can’t keep up with alarms if power goes out. Smart alarm clocks can send you to sleep with the soothing sounds of the rainforest. They can also tell your lights to gradually brighten to trick your circadian rhythm into getting its ass in gear. Some can also charge your phone at the same time as you go to bed.

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