Alright, so this isn't quite in the same vein as new tablets, the Nexus One, and Pinetrail notebooks. Gadgets come in all shapes and sizes, and they don't all have to have touchscreens and the ability to display HD video in order to be cool. For example; the Oregon Scientific Wellness line, which is being debuted at CES 2010 this week. None of these products will make give you bragging rights over your other buddies at the Mac store, but at least they'll keep you relaxed.
First off, there's the wakeup Sunrise clock. This device uses a "dawn simulator" to shine gentle light on your face and give you a natural wake-up call. I'm not sure how well this device is actually able to wake people up; I'd keep your alarm clock on just in case for a few days. Oregon Scientific's next product is the 3-D Back Massager, which features both shiatsu and heated massage systems. Last in the Wellness line is the Aroma Natural Elite Diffuser, which makes your house smell nice and also uses an LED to simulate candle-light. Oh, and it has speakers too. The clock will set you back $129.99, the massager $199.99, and the aroma diffuser $99.99.Oregon Scientific also has some cooler, more gadgety gadgets ready for CES 2010. There's the Advanced Wireless Appliance manager, which allows you to monitor power consumption, carbon emissions, and "real-time costs" for as many as eight devices. There's also the Individual Appliance Manager, which only tracks a single gadget. The advanced manager costs $99., and the individual manager costs $29.
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