This $2000 Windows 10 mirror will help you stay productive while you indulge your narcissism

We've seen all sorts of devices pop up with Windows 10 onboard since the OS launched in July 2015 - from smart refrigerators to a $5,500 coffee table. Now, a German company wants to make sure you stay productive while you're staring at your reflection, with a new digital mirror running the Microsoft operating system.

The company highlights a range of uses and solutions for the mirror in the home, as well as making a case for its use in business scenarios. Indeed, its website showcases various uses for the device at a range of companies in Berlin.

There are three versions of the Dirror available, with these key specs:

Dirror S Dirror M Dirror L
Touchscreen 10.1-inch 23-inch 27-inch
Resolution 1280x800px 1080x1920px - 1080x1920px
- 1440x2560px
Processor Intel Atom x5 Z8300 Intel Atom x7 Z8700
(Cherry Trail)
Intel Atom x7 Z8700
(Cherry Trail)
RAM 2GB 4GB 4GB
Storage 32GB 128GB 128GB
Connectivity Bluetooth 4.0
802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi
Bluetooth 4.0
802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi
Bluetooth 4.0
802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi
Voice control Yes Yes Yes
Dimensions 19.6 x 27.7 x 2.4cm 38 x 60 x 5.9cm 43.4 x 69.5 x 5.9cm
Weight 1kg 8kg 9kg

Each model is available with three finishes: Java Brown Beech, Nordic Nut Brown, or Silk White. The Dirror S is priced at €970 EUR (around $1,050 USD) regardless of the finish that you choose, while the Dirror M is priced at €1,870 ($2,000) for the Java Brown Beech option, or €1,970 ($2,100) for the other two choices.

Pricing of the Dirror L varies depending on the finish you opt for, as well as whether or not you want a Full HD or Quad HD display, ranging from €2,070 ($2,200) to €2,470 ($2,650).

Shipping costs are excluded from the price. Shipping times vary too; certain models will ship in '5-7 days', but there are waiting times of up to six weeks in some cases.

You can get a quick look at the Dirror in action in this video:

...and you can check out some more pics in the gallery below too.

Source: Dirror via MSPoweruser

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