The New York Times: A Clutch of Cunning Inventions
Wednesday, March 07, 2012 04:00 PM

In his latest tech product round-up, David Pogue of The New York Times offers his take on our ivee:
 
"You know Siri, the voice-control feature of the iPhone 4S? One of her greatest tricks is reducing the number of steps for setting the phone’s alarm. You can say “wake me in 45 minutes,” or “set my alarm for 7:30,” or whatever — and it’s done.

Now you don’t need a fancy phone to do that trick. This simple, big digits, plastic alarm clock is voice-controlled. You can set the time or set the two alarms, check the time or date, choose an alarm sound, turn on a falling-asleep sound (ocean or brook, for example), set a timer or change settings — all by voice."

Read the complete New York Times review in their Personal Tech section here: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/08/technology/personaltech/polester-striiv-and-other-promising-gadgets-state-of-the-art.html?pagewanted=1