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Moshi Elite Speak N Set Voice Activated Desk Clock
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- Interactive voice-activated desk clock with alarm and nightlight
- Announces the time, date, alarm, and temperature at voice command
- 3 different alarm clock sounds give choice of chime, chirp, or bell
- Option of 5-minute sleep sound track featuring water, birds, or waterfall
- Uses AC adapter or runs on 3 AAA batteries, not included
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This unique voice interactive alarm clock uses speech reacognition technology that allows you to set the time and alarm with your own voice commands. This clock also responds to your questions such as, "What time is it?" with a vocalized answer. The clock resonds to 12 seperate commands. All the functions are controlled either by your voice or touch of the activation panel. Easy and quick to sets up. The backlit LCD shows the time and date in 2 inch numerals. The clock also has a voice activated function the eases you top sleep with the calming sounds of the ocean. The clock also has a voice activated night light for easy in and out of bed. Powered by AC adapter or three AAA batteries (not included)
visually impaired, immobile, seniors
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There are plenty of complaints about Moshi but my overall experience is a good one.
Complaint One or the Number One complaint: Moshi doesn't recognize what I say. There are several reasons for this. Moshi only responds to very simple and specific commands which are listed on the back of the clock and in the User Instructions. Moshi can be activated by saying "Hello Moshi" (switch set to IVR mode) or simply touching the display (switch set to IVR or Touch). You can say "Help" for a list of commands. You can use your voice to control and perform most functions with the exception of setting the date and choice of "F" or "C" for temperature which must be set manually using buttons on the back of the clock. Sometimes I have to say Hello Moshi twice to wake her up but other than that she recognizes my verbal commands very well. One problem people may have when talking to Moshi is getting in her face and deliberately speaking too slow and loud. Stand back, speak only the commands Moshi recognizes, and speak normally. You don't have to raise your voice or talk like a robot to talk to a robot.
Another problem people may have is not giving Moshi enough time to listen. When Moshi says "Welcome, command please" do not start talking right away. A very brief pause is required. Moshi lights up blue when activated and you have to wait for the screen to turn green before speaking a command or a time. The only problem is that the night light switch in the back of the clock has to be set to Multi (M) before Moshi will give you the green light to let you know she is listening. The display is always blue when the night light switch is set to Single (S). You can still interact with Moshi without the light prompts if you remember to pause and give Moshi enough time to be ready to listen after she says "Welcome, command please".
I was born in the U.P. of Michigan and lived there almost 22 years. Despite living down south for almost 30 years I still have somewhat of a northern accent. When I got Moshi I decided to put her to the test by setting the alarm verbally ten times and each time she recognized what I said. I said 6 O'clock AM and she got. I said 6 AM and she got it. I said 5:45 AM and she got it. I said 7:37 PM and she got it. She got it right every time and continues to get it right ALMOST every time during daily use. If Moshi is having a problem deciphering a specific time (e.g. 7 AM) try saying something like 6:59AM or 7:01 AM. I realize that this clock is not going to correctly interpret every dialect and command every single time but for most people she will do a good job. If nothing else she will train you to better enunciate.
Complaint Two: Moshi it too loud. This is not my experience. There is a volume switch on the back of the clock that can be set to Low, Medium, or High. I tried Low and Medium but settled for High. Moshi actually speaks in a very pleasant tone of voice.
Complaint Three: The night light is too bright. The colors of the night light are soft and really not that big of an annoyance unless you are a light sleeper. There is a switch on the back to change the night light from Single (Blue) to multi-color. It would have been nice if you had a choice of color for single mode but blue is what it is. The night light doesn't have to be turned on but without it you can't see the time in the dark. But wait, Moshi understands voice commands so if you really want to know what time it is when you wake up in the middle of the night you can simply say "Hello Moshi" , pause after Moshi says "Welcome, command please", followed by you saying "Time" and Moshi will tell you the time.
Complaint Four: Moshi randomly asks for commands based on background noise like a TV. My wife and I watch TV once in a while in our bedroom and not once has Moshi activated and prompted for a command. No middle of the night Moshi wakeups with an alarm or a command prompt so far either. Moshi is a quiet sleeper and never snores. Just wish my wife was as quiet. Of course, she says the same about me.
Complaint Five: There is no way to turn the alarm off once it is set. This one had me scratching my head for a while. When the alarm goes off and you say "Turn off the Alarm" the command will turn off the alarm and it will go off at the same time the next day. If you want to sleep in on your day off just say "Hello Moshi" or touch the display, pause after Moshi says "Welcome, command please", and then say "Turn off the Alarm" and Moshi will turn off the alarm until you set it again. There is also an Alarm On/Off switch on the back of the clock. The alarm icon on the display verifies that the alarm is activated. One thing I noticed that I don't like is that if you turn off the alarm using voice command it turns the alarm back on after whatever time the alarm is set for after the alarm time has passed. For example: If the alarm is set for 6 AM and you turn it off by voice command so you can sleep on Saturday it turns the alarm back on for Sunday so you have to use voice command to turn it off again so it doesn't go off on Sunday.
Complaint Six: There is no Snooze command and you have to touch the display for snooze. Personally, I have never used the snooze button on any clock so this is not a big deal to me. Snoozers are losers (figuratively speaking) according to multiple scientific studies. Google it. But if you simply do not want to get out of bed when the alarm is going off Moshi has you covered. Just wait one minute and the alarm will get incrementally louder but will automatically snooze. Snooze time is 9 minutes and can be set 3 times before the alarm stops sounding for the day.
Moshi is a sleek, modern looking clock with a big and easy to read LCD display. Moshi has a battery backup and can be used with or without the AC adapter. When using the clock on battery power the voice trigger mode is disabled and the screen must be pressed to activate all voice interactive commands. Moshi offers three different alarm sounds; chime, chirp or bell. A sleep sound of your choice may be played for 5 minutes; water, birds or waterfall. Moshi cannot listen for a voice command when the sleep sound is playing. The sleep sound will automatically shut off after five minutes or by pressing the display. The night light will remain on when the sleep sound is on.
I like Moshi. She looks good and understands what I say spot on almost all the time. She may not be perfect, but she's perfect for me.
I recommend it for the reliable performance of its basic functions and the pleasure of its novel extra features like changing colors and different background sounds.
Pros - digital clock integrated with voice commands , limited to 12 actions by voice if i recall , clock contains alarm , night light , sleep sound along with temperature and date .
know don't get me wrong this pretty much all a clock needs but i believe this product is a little over price if you ask me , mainly because i will assume that the only reason it is high on value would be because of its voice command , but it is not as perfect , it will at times not recognize the command you say , like ex, i tell moshi to "set alarm" to a certain time but it will misinterpret my command and set it for another time , so their is a little issue on the voice command , Moshi does run on batteries but you don't have to, that's optional , note that moshi will only speak if you have it plug in , quality wise not that heavy light weight , no radio , simple clock to high price for something that semi works .. but overall it looks okay and it works just fine as time ..
*** Moshi has an alarm off switch, sound level control, and nightlight control for a single color instead of disco mode.
It seems like a lot of people never bothered to look behind the main display, there are tons of toggle options INCLUDING the option to turn off the voice trigger mode if you run into issues with it for any reason.
Moshi's power adapter also snaps in, just like any other product. Not sure why a lot of people feel like it falls right out, you have to push on it quite hard to snap it in and it's very secure.
Just note: as with Kinect or other voice control options, this product PROBABLY (but I can't be totally 100%) is not intended for those with very thick accents. I have a very American cross-section of an accent from living in NYC and Seattle in equal parts growing up, so voice control works very well for me. Regardless, you need to speak very very clearly to it. She might be your new alarm clock friend, but she's still a robot.
I highly recommend this clock, it's fun to use and it gets tons of comments from visitors to the house.
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