Clock-i saves wall space with convergence
I have a clock in almost every room in my house. Honestly, I’m not really sure why, as I generally just check the time on whatever computer I happen to be using. Still, I can’t bring myself to get rid of the old analog clocks that hang on my wall. Aside from clocks, you’ll also generally find pictures on most peoples’ walls. Now if you happen to live in a small apartment, you might be low on wall space, and to make the most of it, you might consider a clock that can also display your photos.
The Clock-i features a digital screen that will display your favorite family portraits instead of the regular face. You still have four bars that will give you a good idea of the time.
There is a downside to the clock, and that is the fact that it will only display a slide show of up to 3 pictures. I don’t know about you, but I’ve got more than 3 pictures that I’d like to show off to people. With the price of flash memory these days, I wouldn’t think it would be too much to ask to bump the count a bit. Speaking of pricing, it will set you back around $42.