This $20,000 smart bed is the comfiest thing at CES 2019
This is the Magniflex Magnismartech.
It is a $20,000 kind size bed with a whole bunch of smart technology built in.
So this bed I'm on is a king size bed, it is extremely comfortable.
It has a related And a whole bunch of other cool features, so similar to sleep number beds and other smart beds we've tested.
It has integrated sensors that can track your breathing rate and your heart rate.
This one also has chromeotherapy, which is basically supposed to light up the base of the bad and be like a nice ambience while you sleep or when you're waking up, that's kinda cool.
It also has all of these Use to track your data.
So after a night's sleep it will log it in the app and kind of give you feedback about how well you've slept.
I really like that feature and over time it can kind of get a sense of you're routine and give you suggestions about how you can sleep better.
This thing also raises and lowers independently on each side and it has a snore mitigation.
Function, so if you or your partner is snoring, it's supposed to help if you raise them up slightly.
So that's a feature you can control via the app.
You just push Anti-Snore.
It's supposed to raise them up and stop, such a cool thing.
Again, this thing is 20,000 bucks, so I don't know who exactly would be able to buy it.
But it's really comfortable.
It also has a massage function.
And I'm gonna take a nap right now.
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