With technologytoday, we see all kinds of new and cool gadgets. I write about a lot of them. Every once in a while one comes along that is so unique I have to write about it right away. That is what the Programmable Message Clock is.
If you can connect to the Internet, you can receive and display messages from anywhere in the world. The messages come directly to the clock and seem to appear in mid-air. You can receive personal messages, news, weather, sports, or anything else that comes through the internet. Any of your friends or family can leave you a personal message via your e-mail address. You can customize a daily message, or give this clock as a gift and send special thoughts and reminders any time you want. It also has a clock that displays the time and temperature. There is no service or subscription necessary. This would make such a great gift for anyone in your life that you really want to send little special messages to. Buy yours today.
The Programmable Message Clock is available at Sharper Image for $99.99.
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