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Bonjour Smart AI Alarm Clock

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Wake up on the right side of the bed every morning with the Bonjour Smart AI Alarm Clock. Another incredible invention from Holi, this alarm clock has voice-controlled AI that turns it into your personal assistant. Bonjour features a warm and welcoming female voice to inform you of possible traffic, weather for the day, and can respond to your every request. Also serving as a smart hub for home automation, Bonjour is also able to give you tips and advice to improve your sleep. Over time, Bonjour is able to learn and anticipate your schedule and activities to better serve your needs. Incredibly, Bonjour can even determine who’s talking by using the built-in Biometric Identification feature. With this, Bonjour is able to personalize the information you hear to make your day as productive and effective as can be.

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AI, Biometric Identification
Weather, Calendar, Sleep, Traffic, Activity
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It's a scam. They take your money and don't send you the product. They had two projects on Kickstarter and Indigogo where they took over 1 mil $ from backers and never send the final product claiming they "Just ran out of money" no refunds or anything. Basically took the money and showed backers a bunch of photos and that's it.

Hey Hantu, do you know what the projects were called? We'd like to look into this more :)
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