We've seen plenty of smart beds, but his is the Zeeq smart pillow and it wants to give you a better nights sleep by tracking how you sleep.
It's got eight build tin speakers so you can play music as you drift off to sleep, a three axis gyroscope inside that monitors tossing and turning during the night, and also a microphone that the snoring levels.
Then, once you're snoring loudly it vibrates the pillow.
And it encourages you to move over so you stop snoring.
The pillow also vibrates with an alarm to wake you up according to your sleep cycle, so you don't wake up before you're ready.
The ZEEQ ties into an app of course, and it contains all the data for tracking your sleep cycle over several nights.
You can see how well you've slept, how long you've slept, and the volume of your snoring as well The pillow itself is quite heavy.
It's about six pounds, because it has those microbes in it.
The cover is pretty comfortable.
I laid down on it.
It's withstandable, and the stuffing is removable, so if you don't like a high profile pillow, you can take it out and make it more to your level.
There's also an Alexa integration to you, so you can ask your Echo, hey Alexa.
Did I sleep well last night?
And it will tell you.
The Zeeq is $249 and it's available now.
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