MIPOW PLAYBULB LED Light And Bluetooth Speaker

Jun 26, 2014

Category: Tech

Tired of hearing your upstairs neighbors repeatedly “consummate their relationship” while you’re trying to watch House of Cards? Drown ‘em out with a combination light bulb-Bluetooth speaker. Or, if you enjoy that kind of thing, crank up the Marvin Gaye.

The MIPOW PLAYBULB is both an LED light and a way to hear your “funky jams” as the kids call them these days. Just screw it into any common lamp socket, fire up the app, and you can control all the sights and sounds via your phone. “Advanced acoustic technology” promises a clear and big sound, and you can even set the device to wake you up with both light and streaming music. The PLAYBULB works with iOS and Android devices, and it’s compatible with most Bluetooth enabled gadgetry. [Purchase]

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