not sure how good this compare to xiaomi stuff but quite surprise to see this items pop up at ebgames site.
Yeah I saw the smart lighting in store on the weekend and thought it was a bit odd.
I also saw these smart plugs on sale
I'd rather spend $60 on 4x smart plugs from Kogan. Plus they're way less intrusive.
Can't help but notice that the bulbs specify 120V on them in the pictures. I can't imagine they'd get in the country if they were rated at that but it's a wonder nonetheless.
Also these are all Tuya based and easily flashed with Tasmota.
I've owned a power strip for about 2yrs now. The first one I received was faulty on arrival (relay on one of the power outlets needed a whack every 2nd switch lol). Replacement hasn't skipped a beat since!
Unsure whether other model power boards offer control of the USB ports as well (as a whole, not individual), but this one does which I thought was neat.
At this price, I think it's a great purchase to "have one" lying around if you're heading towards a more connected home or a no-brainier if you have an immediate requirement for 4 outlets and a bank of USB ports (mine rarely does more than be a glorified power board). I almost want to grab a 2nd
450 lumen is very dim, only suitable for hallway lighting imo as it is too dim to use even for small rooms in a single bulb config.
The 1000 lumen bulb seems to be a decent deal.
Xiaomi is 800 lumens for comparison (first gen was 600).
Damn, can't be integrated with Alexa / Google?
Thanks OP. Got the 1050 lumens smart bulb on their eBay site with free delivery for eBay Plus members. Some quick research showed it’s voice assistant compatible.