smart bulb

smart bulb

A light bulb that can be controlled from a mobile device. The modern equivalent of the decades-old home control lighting systems (see X10), the smart bulb is activated via a smartphone app over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
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MediaTek's innovative Systems-on-Chip (SoC) is present across a portfolio of leading mobile and non-mobile brands like Xiaomi, OPPO, Realme, HTC, Paytm, KENT, Yi, Broadlink, Amazon and Mantra, across products categories such as smartphones, automobile and surveillance cameras, smart bulb sockets, TV sticks, voice-assisted devices, audio systems, tablets and portable biometric tablets among others.
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In addition to the new SmartThings Cam, Samsung is also expanding their SmartThings portfolio by introducing a SmartThings Wifi Smart Plug and SmartThings Smart Bulb. These products join the full line of completely redesigned SmartThings Hub and sensors, which launched last year.
"Our new SmartThings Cam, Wifi Smart Plug and Smart Bulb create new pathways into our smart home platform, where users will discover how everyday tasks can easily be automated."
For every purchase of the Marshall Acton II Voice with Google Assistant, you can get two pieces of the Yeelight Smart Bulb Tuneable White.
In addition to supporting third-party smart home devices, Yandex is releasing a range of its own gadgets - the Smart Bulb, the Smart Plug, and the Smart Remote Control.
The company has added these capabilities using a software update to its smart bulb app, C by GE.  It has also added two new smart bulb variants compatible with voice assistants:
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LIFX COLOUR 1000 SMART BULB WITH BUILT-IN WI-FI, PS59.99, www.currys.co.uk) THIS bulb does far more than just light up your room.
The Holi SleepCompanion is a smart bulb with 20 light sources that helps you fall asleep.
To encourage greater use of compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs, which use 70 percent to 75 percent less energy than standard incandescent bulbs and last up to 10 times longer, Cleveland, Ohio-based General Electric has introduced three new flicker-free Energy Smart bulb varieties to meet various consumer needs.