Thursday, April 25, 2013

Hi-Tech Bed on Display at the Pima County Fair

Posted By on Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 1:00 PM

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After the Ferris wheel rides, eating cotton candy and playing games at the fair, you might want to plop down on a bed for a rest. This year, you are in luck.

Reverie (www.reverie.com) introduced its "Made for Mobile" 7S bed and you can "rest-test" it at the fair. The hi-tech bed has an adjustable base with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. And it's actually made in the U.S. at an update New York facility.

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Here's more info from a press release. George Jetson would be proud.

Since recent studies show more American’s are working from bed, Reverie saw a good opportunity in the bedding space to introduce a revolutionary adjustable bed base that has capabilities any office would, but a lot more comfortable! The 7S adjustable base is the first bed to offer a remote control app for tablets and smartphones, available through Apple iTunes and Google Play. Easily use the app to put your head-up, feet down, opt for a massage or go into the ‘zero-gravity’ position! With wireless connectivity, the app will even let you control other appliances in the room — you can channel-surf on the TV, turn up the stereo or turn lamps on and off.

The fair runs through Sunday, April 28, at 11300 S. Houghton Road. For more info, visit www.pimacountyfair.com.

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