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The Notti smart light illuminates when you get an alert, an incoming call and so on.

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The device stands under 5 inches tall.

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Here's the view from above.

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You charge it through a port on the back of the device.

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The asymmetrical look gives it some character.

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The "W" serves as the power and sleep button.

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Unilluminated, the Notti device reminds me of an iceberg.

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The app can be confusing to use, but with it you can control which apps wake the accessory.

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It connects to your phone through Bluetooth; you'll control the smart light through an app.

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You also choose which colors you want to use.

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Finally, the apps throws in some extras, like a few mood lighting settings and a party mode.

Check out the Notti smart light in action.

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