Ah, there is nothing sweeter than getting the right amount of rest, especially after you have gone through a particularly difficult and trying time – be it at the office or at home. Going to bed is one thing, and having sweet dreams is another. The more challenging thing would be to wake up. Some of us are not morning people at all, and short of an ice bucket being poured all over us, it can be nigh impossible to wake up with a regular alarm clock, which is why some of the more quirky alarm clock designs have been released in the past, such as the Flying Alarm Clock. Here is an alternative that you might want to consider – Beddi, which is touted to be the ultimate bedside companion. Beddi happens to be an intelligent app-enabled alarm clock, Bluetooth speaker, smartphone docking station, and mood light, all rolled into one which will be able to connect and control smart home devices so that users can wake up refreshed and stay connected.
All it takes is a single push of a button, where users can then manage every single aspect of their life (well I would say that is a bit far-fetched, but being more automated would be a better way of putting it) without having to wake up groggily and shuffle one’s way across the bed. You can make use of voice commands which will be able to speak out current weather and traffic conditions that might affect your morning commute, or perhaps to turn on your smart coffee maker in order to get out of the right side of the bed. There is a little bit of something for everyone where Beddi is concerned.
Some of the other key features include real-time traffic updates, as Beddi can learn of your morning commute and periodically update you on how much time you have until you need to leave based on current traffic conditions. It can also use Spotify to wake you up to your favorite Spotify playlist, while instantly play music with a push of a button. There is also a one touch UBER ride request, which is a whole lot more convenient, don’t you think so? Beddi is available at the moemnt for pre-order on Kickstarter.com for the discounted rate of $75 a pop.