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US$7,000 bathroom mirror can update Facebook

At US$7,000 per unit, the Cybertecture Mirror is one of the most expensive bathroom mirrors in the world. So what makes this mirror-gadget so cool?

The Cybertecture Mirror will revolutionize multi-tasking in the bathroom since it’s a smartphone and flat-screen TV hybrid. You’ll be able to update your Facebook status, even Tweet about your frustrations in the bathroom, or check your stocks as you’re brushing your teeth, and even check the weather before you dash out of the house.

Other add-ons to the mirror include “Telemedicine” where the gadget will be able to automatically generate the users’ weight, body mass index, fat content, bone mass and water mass; and send it electronically to the users’ physicians.

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