PMBC clients, RAYCOP and simplehuman, featured in Computerworld.
Raycop RS2 vacuum
Is your mom a neatnik? Not to get too clichéd, but if she is, this vacuum could be a great gift.
Raycop is a household name in Japan and recently launched stateside with the RS2 allergen vacuum. This high-performance gem isn’t your typical handheld vacuum from Home Depot. The RS2 eliminates dangerous allergens and pesky parasites that are hiding in plain sight. The company claims that its dual filtration system will capture 99.9%of common allergens.
In addition, Raycop says that the combination of UV light technology, suction and pulsating pads in RayClean Technology® can extract potentially harmful microorganisms and outdoor pollutants, leaving home fabrics sanitized. It’s available for $349.99 (Amazon price).
Simplehuman Sensor Mirror Pro (wide view)
Simplehuman, makers of innovative home and beauty products, recently added sensor-enabled voice command vanity mirrors to their collection. The company says the sensor in its mirror pros ensure flawless beauty for moms via its tru-lux light system, which has the ability to mimic natural sunlight and offer over 50,000 color variations to give users the most color-correct view possible. Additionally, the $400 (Amazon price) Sensor Mirror Pro is equipped with touchless commands such as “mirror off,” “outdoor lighting” or “restaurant lighting.” This could be a great gift for a tech-loving makeup-wearing mom.
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