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Oregon Scientific Crystal Weather Station brings some flair to the forecast

Oregon Scientific Crystal Weather Station brings some flair to the forecast
Nilay Patel
Nilay Patel|June 16, 2007 5:51 AM
Oregon Scientific has been busting out some pretty slick gear lately, and its new BA900 Crystal Weather Station is no exception. The acrylic block features three laser-engraved 3-D icons that light up in color to represent sunshine, precipitation, or cloudy skies, while the radio-controlled atomic clock in the base switches to a temperature readout with just a wave of your hand. We're hearing this thing will ship in December for about $60 -- just in time for that rain icon to be rendered totally inaccurate.

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