The Sleep Number x12 ($8,000 and up) made quite a splash at CES, with its high-tech integration. The company developed a new sleep-tracking technology called SleepIQ, which monitors restlessness and can suggest adjustments each person can make with their Sleep Number setting.
Just in case a built-in sleep tracker wasn't techie enough . . . there's Siri-like software too! Users can control their mattress's elevation and firmness with their voices.