Clocks are just that, telling you the current time, right? Wrong! The IXP3 Internet Messaging Clock goes one up on standard time tellers by being able to be hooked up to an Internet router, where it is more than capable of displaying on-demand messages from those who are far away. Messages can be sent through the product website or email, where they are then projected immediately on the remote clock. Stored messages can also be scrolled through by the recipient whenever they decide to take a closer look at the clock, although we’re not sure whether you want to spend $119.95 on something as frivolous as this when Twitter feeds should be more than enough to keep in touch.
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