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How Can Your Light Do More For You?

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How Can Your Light Do More For You?
31 January, 2018

You want the most out of your home: from your appliances, your furniture, and your space. But what about your light? I mean, we can’t live without it—but maybe it’s time that your light does more for you.

Enter the C by GE™ Sol. It’s the first-of-its-kind smart lamp. Amazon Alexa is embedded in the Sol, which means you can easily access functions that you’re already comfortable with—and your life is about to get a whole lot easier. Think of your favorite Alexa capabilities: Do you ask her to play music or add items to your shopping list? Set alarms and timers? Adjust the temperature of your home?

The Sol can do all of that and more, because it’s also a fully functioning lamp. But not just any lamp. Settings such as “AM” and “PM” support your body’s natural circadian rhythm. This exclusive feature helps to provide a smooth sleep cycle; you’ll be thanking your Sol as you drift off to dreamland.

You can also adjust the brightness of the Sol to fit the room it’s in. Do you have a home office? Sol can provide a bright, crisp light that complements your go-get-‘em work ethic. What about a family room that’s a favored spot for watching movies? Sol can be tuned to a soft, warm light that will help everyone relax and enjoy—and you don’t even have to leave your couch! Simply control other smart lights, or any C by GE bulbs throughout your home, with a few simple voice commands, and Sol will be happy to comply.

Plus, Sol is the perfect addition to any smart home. It works seamlessly with products such as speakers, thermostats, and other connected devices. And the sleek, modern design will look great in any room.

A lamp that only emits light? That’s in the past. The future is filled with smart home technology, and it’s looking bright.