A digital harrow deck is a modernization of an archaic means of fortune-telling. Once per day, you can activate the deck as a full action. It projects holograms of 54 cards, which buzz around you. To begin the reading, you ask a question aloud to the harrow deck, causing all of the cards to come together as a deck; then, the deck uses hundreds of advanced pseudomystical calculations to deal a three-by-three array of cards for you, which it then uses to vocally interpret the circumstances surrounding your question. This works as the augury Spell, with a spell level equal to the deck’s item level.
Additionally, a mystic who has a digital harrow deck and who also knows augury can ignore the spell’s requirement that a Resolve Point be spent to cast it. A mystic can do this a number of times per day equal to his Wisdom bonus.
A technomancer can designate a digital harrow deck as her Spell cache. If she does, the deck’s AI integrates with her own consciousness, providing her with a +1 bonus to her caster level for divination Spells and effects. Additionally, she can spend 1 Resolve Point as a swift action when she casts a technomancer Spell to draw upon the algorithms that allow the deck to function, adding a +1 insight bonus to the Spell’s save DC.