No, that’s not some crazy Dyson fan pictured at the top of this post. It’s the future of lighting and it’s called the GE Sol Wifi Connected Smart Light Fixture. This awesome futuristic lamp has adjustable color temperature, touch controls, and mood settings, and it can even be controlled from your smartphone. Automations and scenes are also supported, but the cherry on top is the built-in Alexa controls. Just like an Echo or an Echo Dot, the Sol lamp can use Alexa to answer all your questions, place orders on Amazon, or even control your smart home gadgets.

Here’s what you need to know from the product page:

* AMAZON ALEXA BUILT IN: Featuring the functionality of a standalone Alexa device, C by GE Sol with Amazon Alexa is wifi connected and allows you to use your voice to control lighting features, set timers, check the weather, tell time, and play music from your Alexa enabled music library
* EXCLUSIVE FEATURES: More than a smart light, Sol features visual cues for clocks and timers, manual and automated light temperature variation that allows users to select the perfect hue to fit a mood or to ensure a smooth sleep cycle
* SMART LAMP FOR ANY ROOM: A perfect lighting solution for the office, the bedroom, the kitchen or living room. The C by GE Sol is a smart light that enhances the security and convenience of any room through voice control and scheduling via the C by GE app
* SMART HOME ECOSYSTEM: As an Alexa enabled device, Sol works seamlessly with a wide range of smart home connected devices and thousands of Alexa skills. Part of the C by GE family, Sol connects directly with other C by GE products such as C-Life and C-Sleep smart light bulbs
* SLEEK MODERN DESIGN: The result of solar inspiration, Sol features a sleek design that acts as an aesthetic bridge between functional technology and interior design

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