This alarm clock is made up of four 1"x1.5" cubes that can be moved around independently - if you're running late you can just rearrange the cubes to suit. There is a separate controller to set the time and alarm, dim the LEDs and press that wonderful, please-just-ten-more-minutes snooze button. It's available now at a rather steep Â£75 ($150). [Suck]
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