Energy Sistem launches three new products, three clock radios with different designs and features in order that users can choose the best way to wake up: music in its purest form with the Energy Clock Radio 400 Time MP3, ambient light with nature sounds with the Energy Clock Radio 300 Time Light or projection of the hour in the wall of the bedroom with the Energy Clock Radio 200 Time Ray.
The Energy Clock Radio 400 Time MP3 plays MP3 files from USB port and microSD card reader. It has magnetically field 2.0 stereo speakers with 6W RMS output power. It’s a portable device because it is powered by AAA battery, USB port or external power adapter.
It has a lot of possibilities, beyond its function as alarm clock it’s useful like a speaker for smartphone, laptop or any other music player, as music box to carry the music everywhere at any moment. It has a dual alarm, it has a standard sound or you can wake up listening to a radio station and has also a “snooze” function to delay the alarm, allowing you to set the classic “five minutes” as often as necessary.
The Energy Clock Radio 300 Time Light is the suitable device if you want to enjoy the nicest wake up with ambient light and nature sounds thanks to the alarm clock Light in “Sunrise” effect. Moreover it is possible to program the “sunset” effect, which provides a breakdown of the light that recreates the effect of a sunset and is ideal for sleep.
It has four different effects that recreate sounds of nature and it is noteworthy that the lighting effects of this clock radio are achieved with 25 incandescent LED bulbs that therefore don’t radiate heat. The Energy Clock Radio 300 has a programmable alarm and a compartment for the spare battery.
Finally, the Energy Clock Radio 200 Time Ray is an alarm clock with projector, perpetual calendar, triple alarm and temperature sensor. Undoubtedly, its main feature is the projector that reflects the time on the wall or ceiling up to 2.4 meters of distance, which is the standard height of a normal flat.
It has three programmable alarms, and it is noteworthy that the third alarm is being configured to sound only Monday to Friday to not disrupt the placid weekend mornings. The alarms have two audio options and a “snooze” function. Like the rest of the range, the Energy Clock Radio 200 has a compartment for the spare battery, so if the power goes out, it keeps the alarm settings to avoid the tedious task of programming them again.