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This LED bulb will have everyone at the party asking where the music is coming from.
This LED bulb's Bluetooth mesh network is a significant innovation, but the bulb itself leaves much to be desired.
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This bulb's reliance on Bluetooth has its pluses and minuses.
The Edison A21 won't fit in every fixture, but it's bright and it comes with a great control app.
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