At The Digital Experience by Pepcom in Las Vegas, Palo Alto Innovation had a table full of alarm clock tech. CEO Alex Tramiel walked us through the line-up of Sandman clocks, showing models that boasted up to six high power USB ports for device charging, built-in Alexa, a display panel, and more. Alex also showed us their Node-ify product that has a control range of up to a mile, with all sorts of sensors and options built in.
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