The iTalk from Neutrino should please anyone who wants his or her morning simplified. Using TimeSet Voice technology, the alarm clock is activated by saying, “Hello iTalk.” It responds to eight different phrases such as “snooze,” “set alarm,” or “help.” The 8 x 4.25 x 2 3/4-inch timepiece features manual or verbal update, an 8 to 9 minute snooze, LED numbers and dimmer. Neutrino says that it can understand any English-speaking voice. Contact them for more details and price.
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Scosche’s new Bluetooth phone speaker has been dubbed solCHAT. Its lithium-ion battery recharges with a solar panel. The 3 button device also has integrated voice technology to identify incoming names and numbers and can talk the user through the set-up. When a phone is out of range, the eco-friendly solChat powers down and reconnects when in range. The speaker comes with a USB cable, car adapter, windshield suction cup and sun visor clip at a price of $99.99.
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