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An Innovative Timepiece That Does More Than Tell Time

* Intelligent display and control for smart home
* Get breaking news updates, email notifications, weather and more
* Simple set-up and easy to use for the entire family

You already own a watch and a cell phone, so wouldn’t it be ideal if your clock could do more than just tell time? The LaMetric Time WiFi Clock is your smart and stylish solution.

With its unique and modern design, this innovative clock is a beautiful addition to any living space. But it does so much more than look stunning. All the updates (tweets, weather, news, emails, etc.) are shown via its highly customizable dashboard (a.k.a. the display screen). Once you’ve set-up and configured the clock from your smartphone, this intelligent timepiece functions on its own thanks to its fast WiFi connectivity. “Left,” “Home” and “Right” buttons allow you to scroll through to find the screen and info you want.

Here are a few of the other features from LaMetric’s one-of-a-kind WiFi clock:

    • News: Never miss the latest news. Add your favorite RSS to get the news via your smartphone and you’re set.
    • Weather Forecast: Get a heads-up on the weather so you can dress accordingly.
    • Stock: Stay up-t0-date on stock quotes.
    • Email: Keep track of your emails – read the ones you want, skip those you don’t (available for Gmail only).
    • Twitter: See who’s following you and track tweets.
    • Google Calendar: Lets you know of upcoming meetings and free time.
    • Visual Music: Wake up to your favorite tunes via Spotify, iTunes and Pandora while you enjoy the dancing visualization.

Measuring 7.9 x 1.4 x 2.4 inches, the clock’s specially-designed screen makes information easy to read for everyone. That’s not all. It also doubles as a central hub for your smart home. Whether it’s for maintaining energy, security, health or leisure, it shows information from devices like Alexa, Nest, Ring, Sonos, and controls Philips Hue, WeMo and others with just a click of a button.

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