Bluetooth lighting options soon available with Samsung

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Look out Lumen and Philips, Samsung has finally stepped into the Bluetooth wireless light bulb playground. Of course, no one could seriously think that Samsung would let this growing segment go untouched, right? Samsung’s recent announcement of its LED lamp solutions comes on the heels of Philips hue introducing three new models into its own line.

This is a latest step in Samsung’s goal to provide consumers with a completely connected Smart Home. As a leader in technology and appliances, one can expect that Samsung will continue to add more designs and models to its Bluetooth LED lights. But for now, consumers and businesses can upgrade with the Smart Bulb, Par-series spotlight, and L-tube series.

One application for mobile or PC is all it takes for a user to access and control up to 64 LED lights via Bluetooth. Aside from installing each individual bulb, there’s nothing else required. These LED bulbs use less energy than traditional bulbs, providing a savings on monthly electricity bills. Considering that the Smart Bulb itself is estimated to last a decade, these new lights are a smart and efficient way to upgrade the home or office.

Although there are specifications available, there’s no word on pricing as of yet. Samsung’s LED lights are going to be showcased at the Light + Building 2014 in Frankfurt, Germany from March 30th to April 4th 2014.

[Source: samsungtomorrow]

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  • Jon Gregg

    Robosmart Wireless LED Bulbs are already available with even more features than the Samaung bulbs. In addition to direct Bluetooth control through an app for remote control on/off and dimming, Robosmart bulbs have a built-in programmable timer. The bulbs use iBeacon technology so they can detect when you are nearby to automatically switch on when you arrive and off when you leave.