GE planning full line of LED lightbulbs
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GE’s upcoming 60-watt-equivalent LED lightbulb.

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General Electric plans to double down on LED home lighting over the next 16 months.

In November, GE plans to start selling a 13-watt LED lightbulb that matches the light emission of a 60-watt incandescent bulb. That option will be followed by 75- and 100-watt-equivalent LED bulbs by fall 2012, the company said. The bulbs can deliver light “for over two decades” if consumers use them for no more than three hours each day, GE claims.

LED lightbulbs are widely considered the next big thing in home lighting. And for good reason. Aside from lasting an extraordinarily long time, they also run cooler than incandescent bulbs, a bonus on hot days. Even better, unlike ener…………… continues on CNET
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