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Beddi is a smart alarm clock with Spotify, Uber and more

It’s Monday morning, we’ve all struggled out of bed. But mornings don’t have to be such a struggle, thanks to Beddi.

It’s a smart alarm clock that comes equipped with the kind of apps you usually only see on your phone. You can wake up to your favourite Spotify playlist, and if you’re running late, order an Uber to work with one touch. It also has some other smart functions: you can control it with an app on your phone, it’ll give you an update on your morning commute, it can control your smart home, and it has a wake-up light built in.

It can also help you sleep using the white noise generator. The only thing it can’t do is cook you breakfast. Actually, it does the next best thing – it can play nice with your smart appliances, so can start your coffee machine, which should help you get out of bed.

Oh, and it’s a Bluetooth speaker too, so you can beam tunes to it. If you prefer a cabled connection, it has two USB ports.

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It looks pretty slick, and has a dimmable display, so you can adjust it to suit your room.

It’s raised almost half of its $25,000 funding goal already, and still has 44 days to go. It will sell for $99 (£64), or you can nab one of the early birds for $60 (£39). If successful, it will ship in June.

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