So you've just moved into a spanking new apartment, and being the techie diva that you are, most of your home have been given the digital makeover, with the living room boasting the latest in high tech entertainment (Nintendo Wii, a widescreen LCD TV, a Home Theater PC, an iPod Speaker Dock, the works) while the entire home is enveloped in a WiFi blanket, giving you instant access to the Internet anytime, anywhere. Upon closer inspection, you noticed that your bathroom has failed to move forward in tandem with the digital revolution. What's a girl supposed to do? Well, there is the Grohe Ondus AquaFountain for starters - this shower comes with an all-digital interface packed into a delicious matte black case.
Features include a backlit touchpad and an LCD display, enabling you to key in just the right temperature to wash the day's blues away. In addition, the shower comes with a memory of previous temperatures, while a pause button interrupts your shower as you handle other important tasks around the home. The showerhead simulates a waterfall for a more natural feeling. The touchpad comes with other icons including a Male and Female icon, although I have no idea what those do. If you want to "Wow" your guests more than Windows Vista could ever do, you won't go wrong with the Grohe Ondus AquaFountain.