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Would you recommend this product?
2 Reviews2.5/5
Tori Bunte
PMM, HPE Storage
This looks amazing, I must have i- oh.. $259.
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Ryan Hoover
Hunter
Founder, Product Hunt
Bad lighting is a huge pet peeve of mine. I used to unscrew the obnoxious overhead lightbulbs above my desk at PlayHaven (previous startup I worked at). This OLED lamp looks slick and includes capacitive touch and a wireless base station for Qi compatible mobile devices. It's a bit pricey at $259 (pre-order).
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Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré
B2B SaaS Consultant
@rrhoover Looks awesome, thanks for sharing. I'm exactly the same way about lighting.
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Marc Mezzacca
Founder, CouponFollow
@rrhoover Yep, this is definitely baller.
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Michael G. Helander
Maker
Co-founder, OTI Lumionics Inc.
@rrhoover Thanks for featuring aerelight! Bad lighting drives me crazy as well. We are hoping to be able to bring the cost down over time. It's a new technology though, so it'll take some time.
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Ray Kwa
Maker
Product Designer, Aerelight
@rrhoover Thanks for promoting aerelight!
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@rrhoover Something to purchase once I reach ballter status. And to strive for in the meantime!
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Joshua ScottDirector of Product @ CyberSponse
Been watching this product for a while. Really looking forward to trying it!
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Yeah, that CNET article says it best: "With Aerelight, you aren't getting a distinct upgrade in light quality relative to cheaper lamps, and you can't adjust the OLED panel's angle, either." It seems not worth the price tag
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Michael G. Helander
Maker
Co-founder, OTI Lumionics Inc.
@antoniorus CNET reviewed an early build prototype. The design of the final version (now shipping) was modified to address the issues brought up in the review.
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Jack Smith
Previously co-founded Vungle & Shyp
1) What are some examples of Qi compatible mobile devices? 2) what happens if the bulb blows (or the led equivalent)
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Michael G. Helander
Maker
Co-founder, OTI Lumionics Inc.
@_jacksmith 1) Google Nexus 4/5/6/7/9, Nokia Lumia 1520/929/928/920/, and LG G2 (Verizon) all work with Qi out of the box. Receivers are available for many other popular phones from our friends at ChargeSpot http://shop.chargespot.com/colle.... 2) The OLED panel can be replaced, but is designed to last the lifetime of the product.
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