Nightingale promises better sleep using app-enabled sound wavesThese plug-in speakers blanket you in ambient noise to lull you to sleep -- and they'll work with Amazon's Alexa, too.
[MUSIC] If you've ever used a noise generator to help you fall asleep at night, then you might be interested in this smart home product called Nightingale. It's a set of two plugs that have speakers in them and you're gonna plug them in across from each other in your room. That will create what's called a sound blanket according to Nightingale, that sort of covers you as you sleep, that sound is gonna come at you from all directions. It's gonna be the different white with pic noise settings in that app where you can select from. And you can't really tell exactly where it's coming from cuz it's coming from everywhere, makes it a lot easier for that sound to help you fall asleep. The [UNKNOWN] comes from a company that has made white [UNKNOWN] generators for office and industrial settings to help master sound of private conversation They've done a lot of research into white noise and how to get it just right. But they've done some background here and they think this is a good residential product to help you fall asleep. The set of two nightingale switches will be available for retail for $250 this month to ship out next month. When it's shipped out, it'll also have Amazon Echo integration [UNKNOWN] to be able to tell Alexa to start your good night settings or To turn the night light on or off, whatever you want. There's also a channel on if, so you can sync it up with products like the Google Home Smart Speaker, or video doorbell, create recipes that'll lower the audio of your white noise at night, if someone's at the door. Or let you know if there's weather in the morning to watch out for. Lots of cool things like that. We'll keep an eye on it this year as this comes to market.