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Typically the cell phones of today are different from the earlier versions of the 1980's. With its sleek and compact designs but also in its features along with functions. The cell phones we see today are amazingly smaller than average yet so compact along with its amazing array of characteristics and functions which includes a clock, an MP3 player, radio and some possibly allow you to access the internet and send and receive e-mails from these mobile gadgets. One of the simplest features however highly useful is the alarm clock function.


For most people, the cellphones don't seem like a very good tool to double as a noisy alarm. They prefer having the good old digital alarm clock or a timepiece that helps them to keep time and reminds them of significant upcoming events.


There is a new and interesting alarm clock cellphone that comes with an amazing feature. Basically it monitors your slumber pattern and when you reach a shallow point involving sleep and waking up, It promptly emits a sound that might awaken you immediately. It works by learning different nap patterns. It is pretty cool but can be rather spooky for some people. Some may be concerned about keeping the cell pone initialized the whole night and the possible loss of battery power. Rest assured that the telephones only use a minimal amount of energy during this function so you would not have to worry about leaving it on the whole night through.


There may be another interesting alarm clock phone that I saw in an accommodation recently. It was shaped like normal phone but it features a built-in alarm function that acts as your wake-up call up. But unfortunately, this does not come with the service call press button or sheet turn downs. But at least it does have got a snooze button so can press on that to obtain another 5-minute sleep.


Office phones come with a unique alarm setting too. Those have up to three burglar alarm settings so you can schedule up to three upcoming events from the day to get prompted by the alarm clock. There is also the hands-free function and caller ID so you know who is dialing you at the moment of ringing. For most people, a good alarm clock is good enough. In fact too much of technology can be tiresome at times.

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