The Smart Clock accesses Google's data set for all of this information, and you can set your routine with Google Routines. The clock can be programmed to switch off your lights, turn on the alarm and play music to help you fall asleep when you say "good night".
It can also tell your TV to play videos, or even make calls. Oh, and it can tell the time as well.
When the room is darkened, the display adapts its brightness and colour scheme so that it doesn't bother you while you're asleep. If you prefer a gentle awakening, the clock will simulate sunrise by slowly turning up the brightness.
There's also a USB port so you can charge your phone. And in case you were worried: The clock does not have a camera.
Lenovo's Smart Clock will go on sale in the first half of 2019 for around US$80 (RM327). – dpa
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