Elgato Avea Bluetooth LED Bulb Review
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Chris Davies

The democratization of the smart home continues, and nowhere is it more visible than in color-changing wireless light bulbs like Elgato’s Avea. Pairing Bluetooth Smart with multi-color LEDs and a simple iPhone and iPad app to command them all from across the home, Avea isn’t the first such bulb to the market, but with a street price of around $ 39.95 it’s certainly one of the more affordable options. Beyond questions of whether remotely-controlled bulbs are actually necessary, then, has Elgato made a hue-killer or just another flash in the pan? Read on for my full review.

Elgato’s bulb is a regular E27/E26/A19 screw-fit, with a 7W LED good for a claimed 430 lumen brightness. That’s slightly brighter than the Lumen Tabu Bluetooth bulb I reviewed earlier in…………… continues on SlashGear

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