LiTeClick- the World’s First Multi Platform Bluetooth-Enabled Lighting System Has Just Arrived
Budapest, Hungary, November 05, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- LiTeClick is the world’s first iOS - Android multi- platform Bluetooth-enabled lighting system, developed by a Hungarian team. The LiTeClick Lighting Solution works with 500 million compatible iPhones, iPods and iPads and with almost all 900 million activated Android devices out of the box - not only with the Bluetooth 4.0 compatible ones.
The next generation in lighting technology
The birth of this innovation marks the beginning of the newest period of lighting technology after the LED-systems. There might have been similar projects before, but the Bluetooth enabled colorful lighting system allows the users not only to turn the lights on and off from the comfort of their couch, but the LiTeClick Lighting also stays true to its name by being able to brighten up a room in the easiest way possible and in almost any color that can be found in nature.
The LiTeClick Lighting Solution: the LiTeClick LED Bulb and the LiTeClick LED Strip that can be controlled by almost any device - in a pocket or in a home, without routers, bridges or any additional equipment.
LiTeClick offers the best of both worlds: LiTeClick Lighting Solution is the world’s first Bluetooth- enabled light source that works with Android as well as iOS. Not in the future, not just on a drawing board: it is on right now. The LiTeClick Lighting Solution is not a model or a printed prototype. The LiTeClick Lighting Solution is ready, LiTeClick has the small batch manufacturing up and running as they're getting ready for mass production.
The final retail price will be no more than 65 USD plus shipping.
How does the bulb work? - Smart, compact and efficient
Just screw the LED Bulb into the socket (or click it in place in case of a bayonet socket) or plug in the LED Strip, download the app and pair the LiTeClick Lighting with the device. Check out the videos below to see how easy it is:
How to set up the LiTeClick LED Bulb http://youtu.be/fSpy5a0JdP4
How to set up the LiTeClick LED Strip http://youtu.be/Q9Dp8FK3bbg
The LiTeClick Lighting is more than a smart gadget: it is a real household solution.
The LiTeClick Lighting Solution uses Bluetooth 2.1 and Bluetooth 4.0 protocols to be able to communicate with Bluetooth LE enabled iOS devices and Bluetooth Classic enabled Android devices without any extra equipment - e.g. a router, a bridge or a remote controller.
The LiTeClick team has developed the LiTeClick Lighting Solution to enable users to personalize lighting home lighting in a few short minutes.
The LED Bulb or the LED strip makes LiTeClick compatible with most home lighting systems, lamps: almost everything.
The other significant part of the LiTeClick experience is the App running on the mobile phones or tablets. The range of supported devices is, by far, the widest ever seen in the industry.
Supported devices include, but are not limited to, all Android phones and tablets with built-in Bluetooth Classic (2.1); iPhones, iPods and iPads with built-in Bluetooth low Energy (4.0) and more.
The LiTeClick LED Bulb and the LiTeClick LED Strip
Now, after months and months of development and testing, LiTeClick is finally releasing the first two LiTeClick products suitable for all platforms: the LiTeClick Bulb and the LiTeClick LED Strip. The LiTeClick Bulb is made of aircraft grade aluminum and plastic. Inside, there is a Bluetooth 2.1 and a Bluetooth 4.0 module and a high-performance, environmentally friendly hi-end American 12W CREE RGBW LED: red, green, blue and white. This enables the LiTeClick bulb to draw virtually any color as well as real, bright white light.
As the LiTeClick lighting system is based on LED light source, its lifespan outshines that of conventional incandescent, fluorescent and halogen light bulbs by years. It also uses far less energy: for example a 10W LED light bulb is usually equal to a 70-80W incandescent bulb.
The controller operates the RGB (red, green, blue) LED strip - responsible for lighting - based on data received from a mobile phone via Bluetooth. The technology is capable of generating 16 million colors.
As LiTeClick has started a project on Indiegogo to start mass production at http://igg.me/at/ltc.
All materials, high resolution images, texts, and much more is available at http://liteclick.com/press.