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GE Rolls Out Smartbulb To Rival Phillips’ Hue

Smarthomes are all the rage, and more and more companies want in on the domestic action. Google made Nest famous wh...

GE Rolls Out Smartbulb To Rival Phillips’ Hue

Smarthomes are all the rage, and more and more companies want in on the domestic action. Google made Nest famous when it bought the smart thermostat company, and Phillips has already pioneered the first smart lightbulb, dubbed the Hue.

 

General Electric now wants a piece of the pie. Its Hue rival, the Link, is light on features, but also on price. Compared to the Hue’s $60 price tag, $25 for a smart bulb is an easy choice. Granted, the central hub of the bulb costs $30, but each additional bulb goes for $15-$25 so as not to dent your budget.

 

Like the Hue’s companion app, the Link bulb comes with its own iOS and Android companion, the cutely-named Wink. The app controls the lighting level like a pocket dimmer switch and allows scheduling in case you forget to turn it off when leaving for work or vacation.

Preorders are already going, so hit up Home Depot if you want your very own Link come fall.

 

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