Best Buy Best Buy Black Friday Prices: Google Nest Thermostat E $200, Philips Hue Play Light Bar Kit $180, Lenovo Smart Clock $50 + More Get Black Friday 2019 Prices Now at Best Buy!

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    • I've wanted this.....but.....IS IT FRIVOLOUS?

      Bought it.
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    • Some reviews are terrible.....
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    • I've had this smart clock for several months and it's like having a Google mini with a display for the time, weather, and reminders. I paid $69 back then so this is a good deal.
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    • I was actually looking at buying a clock with a weather station recently, so for $49 it's not much more for something a little smarter. I hope this gets updates and improvements though in the future.
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    • I don't get it, Is our smartphone/tablet/laptop/TV not enough?
      why do we need another screen to dictate our lives and screw up already tired eyes ?
      Up vote for the deal though !
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    • i have a google home in my room, i don't see why this would be better besides a screen that shows the time. doesn't even mention that you can talk to it in the review
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    • canadianamigo13 wrote:
      Nov 8th, 2019 10:15 am
      I don't get it, Is our smartphone/tablet/laptop/TV not enough?
      why do we need another screen to dictate our lives and screw up already tired eyes ?
      This smart clock is not meant for media consumption.
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    • HOT deal!! - Ordered one. Thank you!!
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    • Scote64 wrote:
      Nov 8th, 2019 9:53 am
      I guess Lenovo is really trying to move these!
      They are hugely overpriced.

      $50 is fair considering what small Echos go for.
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    • Would I be able to set the alarm to a radio station like CBC?
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    • How bright is this display, or I suppose, how low can it be dimmed? My bedroom is blackout black at night and my current alarm clock has white LED digits on it. Even in the lowest setting, it still creates quite an aura of light right beside my face. Since this thing is an actual screen, would it be similar in a room that's completely blacked out? Or can it dim just low enough that I could still read the digits after my eyes adjust but that it doesn't put out much or any light aura?
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    • thanks op! perfect for the BNB's
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    • Can the display Dim well at night for those of us rough sleepers?
      Can it show weather at the same time and maybe other info?
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    • Any pic of it at night? A screen that’s always on seem too bright
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    • I had a Nest Hub for a while which I really liked. Wonder how this compares to that?
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    • quasarito wrote:
      Nov 8th, 2019 10:19 am
      This smart clock is not meant for media consumption.
      I think they mean what does this smart clock do that can't already be done with a smartphone?

      If I want to check the time in the middle of the night I'll open my phone. If I want the weather in the morning I'll check my phone. If I want an alarm I'll set one on my phone.
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    • Would the alarm still work if there is no internet connection?
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    • mindabsence wrote:
      Nov 8th, 2019 10:23 am
      How bright is this display, or I suppose, how low can it be dimmed? My bedroom is blackout black at night and my current alarm clock has white LED digits on it. Even in the lowest setting, it still creates quite an aura of light right beside my face. Since this thing is an actual screen, would it be similar in a room that's completely blacked out? Or can it dim just low enough that I could still read the digits after my eyes adjust but that it doesn't put out much or any light aura?
      kanechart wrote:
      Nov 8th, 2019 10:25 am
      Can the display Dim well at night for those of us rough sleepers?
      Can it show weather at the same time and maybe other info?
      k847848 wrote:
      Nov 8th, 2019 10:28 am
      Any pic of it at night? A screen that’s always on seem too bright
      You can see a sample of the dimming at the 4:09 mark

      https://youtu.be/037wdnzZa3g?t=249
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    • since cutting the cord Im seriously missing a clock by my living room TV. This looks nice and will serve that purpose. In for one thanks OP!
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