Screw-in light bulbs are so last century. Lighting has never been more interactive than it is now. Technology has advanced so much in lighting there's no limit to the type of gadgets, designs, shapes, and colors you can buy. Even better, you can showcase your outdoor decor, indoor living, or workspace with the latest Smart technology from the best brands and not go broke doing so.

Energy Efficient Light Bulb
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FYI, you don't have to break the bank to update with a little high-tech lighting flair. In fact, you'd be surprised how affordable Smart light is. For those of you balling on a budget, dimmable smart light switches are available for less than $30, solar-powered outdoor smart lights under $20, or build an entire smart lighting system with smart white light bulbs for less than $7 for a 4-pk. Whether your money is tight or right, there are enough smart pieces out there to make a major statement.

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Leave the old lights behind, light up with something Smart. Control your property with high-tech lighting and a variety of tools that include automating with voice commands or the use of a smartphone, tablet, or another smart device. There are a ton of brands to choose from as well. Actually, that's a good thing for consumers, because competition keeps the costs down. That said, according to tomsguide.com, below are the top 10 best Smart light brands on the market today.

1.) Philips Hue White And Color Ambiance. The best smart light bulb starter kit. ...
2.) Wyze Bulb. ...
3.) Sengled Smart Wi-Fi LED. ...
4.) Sengled Smart LED with Motion Sensor. ...
5.) Ring Solar Pathlight. ...
6.) 6 Lifx Mini. ...
7.) TP-LINK Kasa Filament WiFi Light Bulb. ...
8.) Philips Hue White and Color Ambiance Lightstrip.
9.) Govee LED Lightstripes
10.) Nanoleaf Shapes

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