Embed a Little Relaxation Into Mother’s Day

REDMOND, Wash. — May 5, 2011 — Still looking for that perfect, thoughtful gift for Mom this Mother’s Day? Consider giving the gift of technology to help her relax and unwind on her special day, and throughout the year. The market is full of cutting-edge devices aimed at making life a little easier. Whether she’s obsessed with gadgets, relaxation or entertainment, there’s a Windows Embedded-powered device that’s perfect for her this Mother’s Day.

The Samsung NaviBot, built on Windows Embedded CE 6.0.

Gadget Guru

Is Mom always on the lookout for household gadgets that get the job done while saving time and effort? If so, consider the Samsung NaviBot robotic vacuum cleaner, built on Windows Embedded CE 6.0, to help clean carpets and floors in a more intelligent and effective way. The NaviBot is famous for its Visionary Mapping™ System that charts the most efficient course around your house and can self- navigate and recharge itself when needed.

The Reycom Entertainment Center, built on Windows Embedded Standard 7.

Entertainment Enthusiast

The Reycom Entertainment Center (REC) is ideal for the mom who likes to keep up with the latest TV shows and Internet videos. Based on Windows Embedded Standard 7, the REC is a next-generation hybrid set-top box that enables users to enjoy live TV in HD via time-shifting, as well as a wide range of Internet TV shows, films, games, music and apps.

The Zyken Night Cove, built on Windows Embedded CE.

Well-Being Worshipper

If Mom craves a good night’s sleep, she might enjoy the Zyken Night Cove, an innovative sleep enhancement device based on the Windows Embedded CE platform. The Night Cove combines the benefits of scientific research, design and leading technology to improve health and well-being.

So whether Mom enjoys checking out the hottest technology, relaxing with a movie or pampering herself, be sure to consider a Windows Embedded-powered device this Mother’s Day. And check back at the Windows Embedded News Center (and follow us on Twitter) to get the latest news on Windows Embedded-powered consumer technology.

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