December 14, 2016 6:51:43 pm
Syska has introduced a new ‘Sonic LED Bulb’, which brings a combination of light and music under its Smart Light Series. According to the company, Sonic LED Bulb rethinks the confluence of sound and light, combining two conventional technologies to build one convenient gadget.
Sonic LED Bulb is a ‘hybrid mixture’ of energy saving LED light bulb and a Bluetooth Speaker. With an output of three million colors, the Sonic LED bulb ‘harmonizes light with music’. Sonic LED Bulb offers audio visual entertainment with its multiple shades and colour combinations that sync with the beat of the song in Music Mode. In order to create the desired ambience, there is also an option to select a single colour.
Sonic LED bulb fits into the standard E27 base socket and comes with a pendent light bulb holder to hang easily. Bluetooth Wireless connectivity allows to change colour or adjust brightness on the Syska Sonic LED through the mobile application, the company said.
Sonic LED bulb also has a timer function with Sleep and Wake up modes. The scheduled lighting feature allows your favourite music and colour to put you to sleep or wake you up. Colours from the bulb can be adjusted to match the image that has been clicked with its camera mode.
“This 5W Bulb delivers Comfortable, non-flickering white light equivalent up to 400 lumens with no harsh glares or eye-fatigue for maximum productivity and with a lifespan of 25000 hours and efficient performance you get to save upto 70 per cent on your energy bill,” Syska LED said in a press release.
Syska Sonic LED Bulb is priced at Rs 2,999 and is available in leading retail and e-retail stores across India. The mobile application can be downloaded by scanning the QR code given on the packaging or from Google Play Store.
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