The Qube is an Affordable WiFi LED Smart Bulb

With integrated WiFi connectivity, the Qube LED smart bulb lets you control it with your smartphone, and multi-color LEDs add personalized atmosphere in your room based on your mood.

Qube Affordable WiFi LED Smart Bulb

The Qube is an advanced and affordable smart LED bulb that measures 2.46″ wide by 4.76″ height. The smart bulb can be plugged into any electrical outlet AC 100-240V and it fits with all E27, E26 Edison screw base and B22 bayonet cap, meanwhile, its LEDs is capable to last up to 50,000 hours or the equivalent of 27 years, which delivers an ultra long lifetime.

Qube Affordable WiFi LED Smart Bulb

Using built-in WiFi connectivity, the Qube can be controlled via your smartphone wherever you’re, while integrated Bluetooth technology allows the smart bulb to track your location within your house, so the Qube is able to automatically turn on or off when you enter or go out of the room. Moreover, the Qube can automatically turn on based on your alarm and mimicking the rays of the rising sun, which makes you wake up naturally and comfortably.

Qube Affordable WiFi LED Smart Bulb

Furthermore, the smart bulb provides you up to 800 lumens of brightness and it features a full spectrum of 16 million different hues. Using its custom app, you can freely adjust its brightness and color according to your demands and mood. In addition, the Qube notify you via changing its hues or showing you a bulb flashing when you receive a message or phone call. And it also supports IFTTT that brings you many fun and practical recipes which connect the LED bulb with other devices or apps.

The Qube has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $16 to own the smart LED bulb. It will be shipped in April 2016. BTW, also don’t miss more related cool stuff by following tags.

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