Leaders and influencers from GE Lighting, Quirky, The Home Depot and CNET joined together Friday for a panel discussion on the future of smart home technology and how the “Internet of Things” is changing the face of the home industry.
In collaboration with Wink and Quirky, GE today unveiled Link, the newest and most affordable connected LED bulb that lets consumers remotely control their home lighting from anywhere in the world and sync with other connected devices.
GE Lighting engineered its 100-watt A-line replacement ENERGY STAR® LED to achieve100 lumens per watt (LPW), making it the lighting industry’s most efficient ENERGY STAR 100-watt LED replacement. This bulb is one of 40 new LED bulbs and fixtures hitting the market this summer as consumer LED lighting adoption reaches its tipping point.
As LED growth accelerates, GE introduces its most incandescent-like consumer LED portfolio yet, making an all-LED home possible While LED capabilities give us greater control and flexibility, consumers still want familiar quality of light and basic ...
It’s no surprise that consumers are overwhelmed by all of the changes happening in the lighting aisle, and research shows that most aren’t ready to make the leap to newer energy-efficient lighting solutions, such as light-emitting diode (LED) and compact fluorescent technology (CFL).
GE Lighting delivers improved visibility and a long life rating for drivers with its GE NIGHTHAWK™ LED headlights, which are designed to last for 15,000 hours and draw less amperage than standard halogen headlights.
GE Lighting has worked with major retailers to introduce new LED product lines, providing a variety of high-quality, practical LED lighting solutions at an affordable price point to boost mainstream adoption.