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SleepSpec Blue Light Simulator

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SleepSpec Blue Light Simulator play an important role in resetting your circadian rhythm.

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SleepSpec Blue Light Simulator

SleepSpec Blue Light Simulator play an important role in resetting your circadian rhythm. They emit blue light directly onto one’s retina to wake them up and are particularly useful for anyone who battles to ‘get going’ in the morning and even for those who suffer from SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder).  Blue light also encourages alertness. The Blue Light Simulators may also be useful in helping stay alert at night for example when driving long distances as the lack of blue light at night time stimulates the production of melatonin and as result one gets drowsy.  By flooding the eyes with blue light one suppresses melatonin production thus making one more alert for longer.

Cost: R790

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World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Cinematic Trailer

Champions of the Horde and the Alliance, prepare for a new challenge as a range of new content is available in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth, including the expansion’s first raid, Uldir; the first Mythic Keystone dungeon season and Rated PvP season; and the start of the Warfront cycle.

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Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 500

The Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 500 is a Skype Room Systems device that manages collaboration within modern meeting rooms. The Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 500 tackles conference room complexities and helps companies embrace the digital transformation of modern workspaces. With the ability to simply connect remote and local participants to Skype for Business meetings and shared content, it eliminates the hassle of sharing personal laptop screens and messing about with cables. Developed in cooperation with Microsoft, the ThinkSmart Hub 500 is an all-in-one device, with a 360-degree rotatable 11.6-inch display, that runs Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Enterprise and uses Logitech cameras.

The Lenovo Smart Hub 500 is priced from R30,000 to R35,000, depending on the type of Logitech camera selected. It is available through all Lenovo’s PCG distributors, including Axis, and can be bought online on Takealot

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