Night tables are notoriously crowded. Boston Acoustics helps save some space with its $100 Horizon Solo XT mono clock radio. That bezel around the clock park twists 90 clockwise or counter-clockwise, letting you stand the Horizon up or keep it horizontal with all the controls at the right angle. Although if you're lying sideways, maybe it be easier to read the clock if you don't turn the bezel.
Not only does the clock radio part circle around, but you can buy colored grilles to match your decor in these pretentiously named colors (my translations in parenthesis): chocolat (brown and no "e"), glacier (light blue), rose bud (pink), chili pepper (red), onyx (black), caramel (tan), pearl grey (gray) or silver (silver). Out of the box you can choose from midnight (dark gray) or mist (white).
There's also a headphone jack for private listening or to attach stereo speakers. Those three buttons on the front control all the clock alarm functions and the display dimmer. Tapping the outside rim activates either snooze or adds time if the radio is in sleep mode. Oh, it sounds as good as it looks (good), especially for just a hundred bucks (better).