Despite German company Dirror’s claims, theirs is not the first digital mirror in the world, but it may very well be the first commercial one running Windows 10.
The company is selling a range of Windows 10 tablets with half-silvered screens packaged in wooden frames at rather elevated prices, targeting well-off households and businesses.
The devices come in 3 configurations.
The Dirror S has a 10.1-inch display with a resolution 1280 x 800 powered by an Intel Atom x5-Z8300 processor and 2 GB RAM. It also has 32 GB storage and costs 970 euros ($1038.05)
The larger Dirror M has a 23-inch full HD display, more powerful Intel Atom x7-Z8700, 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB storage and costs 1870 Euro ($2001) for the beech frame or 1970 euros ($2108.20) for other frames.
Lastly the most expensive model, the Dirror L has a 27 inch Full HD or WQHD display and costs between 2070 Euro ($2215.62) and 2470 euros ($2643.52).
The company claims support from Spotify, Sonos and Hue lights, though it’s not clear if these are simply Windows apps. The PCs have full touch screen support, Bluetooth 4.0 and WIFI, and also have speakers and supports voice control via Cortana.
While one could construct a similar product for much, much cheaper oneself, as a pre-packaged plug and play solution the prices are probably reasonable.
Read more at Dirror’s site here.