I'm Lexy Savvides here at CES 2014, taking a look at the lightest in smart bed technologies.
Now, of course, at the show, we've got lots of smart TVs, we've got obviously, smartphones, smart homes.
And now, the bedroom gets a chance with the Sleep Number x12.
This bed is connected to the internet.
It gives you a whole bunch of options to make your sleep better, and it also helps stop your partner from snoring.
of the bed gets a remoter control.
And each person can individually control the firmness or the softness of their bed, as well as their massage settings, and keep an eye on their sleep habits.
And if your partner is snoring on the other side of the bed, you can actually swap to their control and stop them from snoring by raising the head of the bed.
If you wanna keep an eye on your sleeping habits, then the Sleep IQ app is the one for you.
You can keep an eye on how many times during the night you've moved, when you get up, and how much restful sleep you have based on
your heart rate, as well.
All this information is fed through to the app, so you can check it either through the remote or on your app in the morning and wake up.
And the bed also gives you a sleep IQ score.
You can then track these over a set period of time to work out exactly how much sleep you're getting, and the quality of your sleep, too.
If you find yourself getting up in your bed at the middle of the night needing to do something else, then this bed will actually light up underneath and it detects exactly when you're getting out of bed.
So, there's no stumbling around in the dark, no stabbing your toe on the
You can also control the lights from the remote control.
Plus, the voice control means you can do a number of different things, like turn the lights on and change the firmness of your bed as you desire.
I'm Lexy Savvides at CES 2014 for CNET, taking a first look at the Sleep Number x12.
I'm gonna have a lie-down on the job.