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Tech Industry: Starry Night Sleep Technology Bed

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Tech Industry: Starry Night Sleep Technology Bed

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At CES 2008, we take a first look at the Starry Night Sleep Technology Bed. This bed is packed with tech, including an antisnore technology, separate heating, and an entertainment system loaded with features.

[ music ] ^M00:00:03 [ background music ] >> Hey Guys, I'm Brian Tong with CNET, and we're here at CES 2008. And it's hustling and bustling behind me. In fact we need to take a break, so I'm here at the Starry Night sleep technology bed. The first bed that CNET has ever reviewed, and obviously I get to check it out. In fact, you know what feels so good? I'm getting tired, I think I'm gonna sit back, relax, and soak it all in. Whew, now that felt great. But there's a whole lot of tech packed in this bed, ranging from anti-snore technology, separate heating, and an entertainment system packed in the guts of this thing. So let's start off with the anti-snore tech. Now up in the head area it'll feel the vibrations. And when it does, it tilts up seven degrees. So what that does is allows your air passageway to open up. No more snoring, that's a good thing. Now when we talk about heating, each of the two sides of the bed are independently controlled, ranging from sixty eight to one hundred and seventeen degrees. Now another cool feature this does have is diagnostics. And over the span of thirty days, it checks out how your sleeping patterns are, and it gives you recommendations of how you can sleep better. We're here at the guts of the bed, and you can see here everything racked up. It's got one point five terabytes of storage space, four gigs of RAM, built in Wi-Fi, talks to Windows Media Center. The speakers have the ability to raise, it's four tweeters and four sub-woofers. And if you look here you've got the 1080P projection screen. It actually reflects off a mirror an in front of you. And we're in a convention center so it's really bright, you can't really see it that well. But in your bedroom when it's dark it'll look perfect. Once again, the Starry Night sleep technology bed. It's gonna be available in 2009, and the price range will be from twenty thousand dollars to fifty thousand dollars, depending on the model and its features. So there's this one setting called romance, I just want to see what it does. [ background music ] I hear Barry. It's vibrating guys. It's vibrating. ^M00:01:49 [ music ]

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