With tried and true hardware inside the bulb and smooth performance on multiple platforms, this $15 smart bulb is a smart bet for connected lighting.
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This new bulb sounds interesting, but we see some glaring problems with the company's approach.
The color-changing Misfit Bolt is a smart LED built to work seamlessly with Misfit's activity trackers.
With impressive light quality and a lifetime warranty, this affordable LED looks like a contender.
At just $29.99 per bulb, this automatable light source will fit nicely into existing home automation networks, serving as an appealing alternative to more expensive dimmer modules and smart switches.
Cree's new $25 three-way LED bulb can simulate 30W, 60W, and 100W incandescents.
This better, brighter bulb is the latest reason to switch to LED lighting.
For basic needs, the Lumen LED Color Smart Bulb might make sense, but consider waiting to see if the app improves, and to see what the competition will bring to the table. For more advanced control of your lights, a Philips Hue setup is probably worth the extra cash.
With "an industry-first mesh Bluetooth network," Samsung's new programmable LEDs will connect with your phone and tune to the color temperature of your liking.
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You might not have an obvious need for an Internet-connected, color-changing light bulb, but the Philips Hue Connected Bulb kit offers enough potential to justify its high price tag.