Press and Media
Read the latest press articles written on our products.
Joanne Elves reviews Pulse for The Globe and Mail.
"Setup is blissfully idiot-proof..."
Boost will be featured in the Summer 2016 print issue of Men's Journal, finding good company amongst other gadgets in the Summer Gear Guide.
One of Sengled's newest product concepts, Voice, was recently featured in a CES 2016 gadget?roundup by TechCrunch.
"Get the gift that will dim the lights and play Barry White at the same time. This LED smart bulb comes with a JBL Bluetooth speaker that connects to iOS and Android devices."
Venturebeat provides its impression of Pulse from CES 2017.
Lloyd Alter shows how Sengled LED smart lights can do a lot more than just provide light.
Erin Bylander shows which products can help you turn your rental apartment into a smart home.
Looking for gift recommendations for the tech-loving dad (or husband, uncle, or grandfather) in your life? Huffington Post put together a list to start from, including Sengled's Pulse.
From Fox News' "Tech Take",?Andrea Smith showcases a group of smart lighting products, including Sengled's?bluetooth speaker bulb, Pulse.
In January 2016, Sengled's Boost was featured in Better Home & Garden's State of the Smart, a blog highlighting "innovation for your everyday life".
Re/code, a tech business news & reviews site, shed some light on the future of LED bulbs and their potential adoption. Their gadgets expert had this to say about Sengled and the smart bulbs industry...
Pulse was featured in Rolling Stone's 2015 Holiday Gift Guide for music fans.
This is energy-efficient LED bulb has a secret – it's also a Bluetooth speaker. Pipe tunes to literally any corner of the house. Bathroom blues, anyone?
"The Sengled Snap LED lightbulb has a wireless video camera built inside for security purposes. The LED bulb with a life span of 25,000 hours can be controlled through a mobile app."
What can the Internet of Things do for you? The NYTimes explores the myriad of possibilities offered by internet-connected products and how they may begin to integrate more into our lives. Featured in this list is Sengled's Boost.
Sengled wants to make bulbs as functional as the smartphone. "By embedding consumer tech into LED lighting, we are able to reduce the cost of buying incremental devices in the home, so we help to reduce the cost of [home] ownership," Ruan said.
Here’s one way to reduce cord clutter: pimp out your lightbulbs.
That’s the philosophy of Sengled, which debuted a smart LED lightbulb that also functions as high resolution camera, microphone, and speaker on Sunday at the Consumer Electronics Show...