Sengled Wi-Fi Boosting LED Light Bulb

Jan 7, 2015

Category: Tech

It’s high time we start demanding more from our light bulbs. Sure, changing colors was a nice start, but they’re still getting off easy, sitting there motionless, merely throwing light into our lives. The new Boost LED light bulb from Sengled understands what we mean about carrying its own weight, as this little guy increases the range of your precious Wi-Fi signal.

Besides sending 470 lumens of warm white LED light your way, each bulb features two antennas for a maximum 300Mbps rate and the 802.11b/g/n standard at 2.4GHz. And with each bulb you plug in, the range of your Wi-Fi is increased, so if your goal is to have the brightest, most well-connected house in the neighborhood, you now know how to get there. The Sengled app for Android or iOS gives you the option to add new bulbs, customize your connections and control any of the bulbs. [Purchase]

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