Since its inception, smart color lighting has been a bit of a daunting task to set up. The bulbs are expensive, they typically require a hub to work, and WiFi-only bulbs often need to be reset after every internet crash. But Wyze is attempting to democratize the industry with the new Wyze Color Bulb, an affordable and versatile lighting system that solves a lot of smart lighting problems.
The Wyze Color Bulb can display 16 million colors, boasts impressive 1,100 lumens brightness, and can be controlled via an app and with Alexa or Google Assistant. The bulb also offers Bluetooth connectivity in addition to WiFi, meaning WiFi dropouts won’t screw up your settings. It requires no hub to operate, eliminating one of the most annoying hurdles for anyone looking to set up a smart lighting system. And finally, a four-pack of the bulbs costs just $35 under the current pre-order price, which is less than the cost of a single smart color bulb from some competitors. The Wyze Color Bulb is available for pre-order now from Wyze, with shipping expected to begin in March.
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