ADATA Launches 16 Million Color AURA LED Bulb
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Taipei, Taiwan – January 27, 2015 – ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products and LED lighting products, today launches its AURA RGB interior lighting bulb. The AURA RGB bulb displays over 16 million different colors and up to 64 bulbs can be configured via Bluetooth 4.0 Mesh technology using ADATA’s free downloadable app. ADATA’s AURA RGB bulb is a perfect match for homeowners and small business owners seeking to choose from literally millions of colors while being able to adjust warmth and brightness for bulbs spanning a distance of nearly 2000 meters!

Control and Link Up To 64 Bulbs 

Use ADATA’s free RGB Bulb app to link your Bluetooth-enabled smart phone with as many as 64 bulbs using Bluetooth Mesh technology.  Each ADATA AURA LED bulb contains a powerful Bluetooth 4.0 Mesh wireless transmitter that provides you with full color control over long distances. Connect individual bulbs as far away as 30 meters from each other. Form a network of bulbs linked in a line almost as long as 2000 meters! Easily use your smart phone or tablet to control AURA lights as groups or as individual bulbs in your office, home or small business without needing to buy an expensive bridge or router as needed with other RGB bulb p…………… continues on Legit Reviews

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