Update: This agreement was too beautiful to live, and it has unfortunately expired by the supplier.
The concept of a smart home can feel quite abstract ̵
Gosund’s smart bulbs are screwed into standard A19 sockets (the type used by most ordinary lamps and ceiling lamps) and provide the equivalent of 75 watt incandescent lamps. Using the Gosund mobile app, you can control the bulbs remotely or connect them to Alexa or Google Assistant to operate them via voice. You can schedule them to turn on and off at a specific time of day or to alternate at sunset and sunrise. The bulbs support 16 million colors, and you can also choose from eight scene modes. Just scrape the surface – you can also sync the bulbs to music as well.
The downside here is that if you already have some bulbs from another brand (such as Philips Hue), you can not control them all using the same app. But as long as they all work with Alexa or Google Assistant, you can set up routines to turn them all on and off with the voice with a single command. And did I mention that you can get two bulbs for less than $ 4?
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