Hong Kong entrepreneur plans to ship 2 million internet enabled mirrors.

The Cybertecture mirror has an inforgraphic display, measures 800 x 500 x 50mm, has stereo speakers, a WiFi connection and even fog-resistant glass. The mirror will connect with a cloud based digital profile so it can relate contextual information such as the local weather before you leave in the morning – or readings presented from a scale will help you monitor how your weight watching program is doing (via a display on the mirror or a web-based portal).

But is this yet another student concept? Engadget says that this isn’t just more ‘vapor-rich ware’ (nice phrase!) – but the Hong Kong based inventor, James Law, plans to ship 2 million of these in the next three years at a price tag of around $8,000.

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