Dirror's touch mirror brings Windows 10 to your walls

Do-it-yourself smart mirrors have become sort of a thing on the internet recently, but one company is serving up ready-made digital mirrors that should appeal to Windows fans. German company Dirror is selling what it claims is the "world's first digital mirror," with Windows 10 powering all of the smarts inside.

Essentially, the idea behind a digital mirror is that it's an easy way to get a quick peek at things like the news, weather or stocks as you're getting ready in the morning. Of course, with Windows 10 on board, Dirror highlights the fact that its mirror will let you browse the internet, stream TV or even do some light gaming. Whether all of these things are practical in a mirror is up to the user, but it is neat regardless.

Of course, if you want to get your hands dirty, there are a number of ways you can make your own smart mirror using something like a Raspberry Pi and an old monitor. But for something that's ready to go with all of your favorite Windows 10 apps, Dirror's offering isn't a bad idea. Just don't expect to be doing anything too intensive, as the Dirror is powered by a 2.4GHz Intel Cherry Trail chip with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

Getting your hands on a Dirror may prove problematic depending on where you are in the world as well, as it only ships to Germany, Switzerland and Austria. It's a tad on the expensive side as well, with 3 sizes available starting at €970.

Thanks to Filip N. for the tip!

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Dan Thorp-Lancaster

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