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LED Mood Lights Offer a Touch of Color with a Touch of Your Fingertip

by Paul Strauss
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Here’s a cool way to add a little extra splash of color to your room without breaking the bank. These compact LED mood lights let you choose from 256 different colors using a clever touch-sensitive color chart on the side.

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You simply use the color selector bar like a color slider on your computer, picking the hue you’re looking for with a touch of your finger.

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The little lights each have three 1-watt LEDs, and are powered by a built-in USB rechargeable battery. Battery life is rated at 6 hours on a full charge.

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You wouldn’t want to try and read a book by these, but that’s not what they’re designed for. They look like they’d be great as accent lights in a darkened or dimly-lit room, though. The official brightness is spec’d at 150 lumens for each one, but they don’t look quite that bright to me. Still, they look pretty cool to me.

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If you remember, a couple of years back Philips introduced their similar Livingcolors LED lights, which allow you to adjust to a color of your choice, but they still cost over $150 each. While these cheap clones might not be quite as stylish or as bright, they sell for just over $14 (USD) each over at Chinavasion, so you could fill a whole room with them on the cheap.

[via 7Gadgets]



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