Everett-based Electric Mirror, which makes mirrors with high-tech gadgets for hotels and high-end homes, has released a new adjustable light-level mirror that saves on energy costs. (Contributed photo)

Briefs: Electric Mirror offers new adjustable light-level mirrors

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