How many of you know people who are electronically challenged? Someone who gets so frightened that setting up a DVD player is a challenge? My guess is that most of us know at least two. Normally, instructions for setting up electronics (at least in my opinion) are laid out well and now even come with diagrams. I could set up a full home theater (TV, DVD, Surround Sound etc.) from start to finish in about 35 minutes to an hour depending on how many components there are. So why do I still have friends who call me to guide them through plugging in a cordless phone? I don’t think they are incapable of completing the task on their own, it’s probably the fear of doing something wrong and ruining the investment.
Well, now let’s progress a little, how many of you know someone who is Alarm Clock challenged. Whether it’s setting the time and date or just setting the alarm and making sure it’s on to wake them up. If so, I think I may have found the perfect gift. I get a lot of press releases, some are for great products but unfortunately they have nothing to do with what I’m looking for, most of the time they go straight to the trash. Every once in awhile I get one that may not be very relevant to what Hi Tech Legion reviews but it is a great gadget that I know our readers will benefit from seeing.
The iTalk Alarm Clock by Neutrano is such an item that fits the bill. The Neutrano iTalk Alarm Clock is a great gadget for those who are either alarm clock challenged or just don’t want to have to spend time going through 50 steps to set digital clock. The iTalk is voice activated and activates with two words: Hello iTalk. From that command you can set the time, the date, your alarm and the year, and that’s still not it, there is more.