Bloomfield Township’s Reverie Unveils its First Voice-activated Adjustable Beds

Reverie, a Bloomfield Township manufacturer of beds and sleep accessories, has introduced its first voice-activated power adjustable beds through Reverie Connect.
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Reverie has invented voice-activated adjustable beds that work using Reverie Connect and can be controlled through Google Home (pictured) or Amazon Echo. // Image courtesy of Reverie

Reverie, a Bloomfield Township manufacturer of beds and sleep accessories, has introduced its first voice-activated power adjustable beds through Reverie Connect.

The new platform enables users to activate Reverie bed bases to various positions and pre-sets, by speaking up to nine voice commands through Google Home or Amazon Echo.

“More and more people are adopting smart home tech,” says Martin Rawls-Meehan, president and CEO of Reverie. “Not only does the technology enable the consumer to adjust the power base with direct voice commands, but those with Google Home Hub can also integrate their bed into their whole sleep routine, initiating the entire process with a simple set of commands.”

Reverie Connect debuted at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and is an add-on feature available on all Bluetooth-compatible power bases in the company’s 2019 product lineup, including 11 models across the company’s Reverie and OSO lines.

The technology may also be added to older models that are equipped with Bluetooth capability. Bases featuring the Reverie Connect technology start at $599.

Reverie was the first adjustable base manufacturer to work with Google in developing the Google assistant action and voice commands for adjustable beds.

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