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Sound and Lighting

October 25, 2011

Screw this device into a light socket and it acts as both a wireless speaker and an LED replacement for a 60-watt dimmable incandescent bulb. Using two or more bulbs allows a stereo setup; the system can support up to eight bulbs, controlled from a dock that can accept an iPod or iPhone.

Product: AudioBulb
Cost: $300 (for starter kit)
Availability: Now
Source: giinii.com
Companies: GiiNii

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