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SalesLa Smart Bluetooth Speaker Music Bulb RGB Lamp Dimmable Dancing LED Light (1pc) – Price Drop

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Bulb: Polycarbonate Casing Lamp Socket: Standard E27 Voltage: AC100-240V/50-60HZ

Small smart LED bulb can convert 7 main colors – over 16 million supported colors, plus warm and cool white. You can choose your favourite color for each situation to surround you in your room. Built in high quality bluetooth Speaker, connect this music bulb with your bluetooth phone, then you can play music from your phone, enjoy music in your whole house, That is great if you want to relax and unwind after a long day Use the app timer to set a definite time to make the bulb on or off or adjust it to shimmering light so it does not affect your sleep, Wake up in the morning to your favorite colors. Come home to a bright and well lit home. Take control of your lighting from your smartphone or tablet. This smart lamp can only be paired with a single phone and each phone can only be paired with a single bulb. Multiple bulbs require multiple bluetooth connections/devices to be configurable Connect to your bluetooth devices easily, and the built-in Bluetooth speaker enables you to enjoy music anywhere. Scan the QR code on the product to download the app, It supports Android 2.3.3, iphone 4S with IOS 7.0 or later versions. Play music from the app or your usual program and have the bulb change colors automatically.

Package Includes: 1/2 x Smart Speaker Sound LED Light Bulb. 1 x SalesLa high quality fibre.

  • Built in high quality bluetooth Speaker, connect this music bulb with your bluetooth phone
  • Take control of your lighting from your smartphone or tablet

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5 reasons to use Edge in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

With Windows 10 Fall Creators Update[1], Microsoft[2] has added a handful of new features and tweaks to its Edge browser. I doubt they will be enough to pry you away from your browser of choice, but the Edge browser continues to trend in the right direction. Here are the five big improvements Microsoft has made to Edge with its most recent Windows update.

Pin pages to the taskbar

Not seen since Windows 8, you can once again pin websites to the taskbar.

To do so, click the triple-dot button along the Edge window’s right edge and choose Pin this page to the taskbar.

You can put your favorite websites on your taskbar for fast access.

Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET

True full-screen mode

Edge finally has a true, full-screen mode where you lose the browser’s menus and tabs at the top. Hit F11 to toggle in and out of full-screen mode or click the triple-dot button and then click the diagonal double-arrow button to the right of the zoom controls.

Better integration with your phone

Edge promises to let you start an article on your phone and then pick it where you left off on your PC, but you’ll need to use a preview version of Edge for iOS or Android[3] or the Cortana app for iOS or Android to try it out. And you’ll need to connect your phone to your PC in the new Phone section of the Settings app, which you’ll find on the main page of Settings.

I tried it out by installing the Cortana app on my iPhone[4] (£849.00 at Apple[5]). I opened a news article and tapped the blue button to continue reading on my PC. It worked seamlessly; as soon as I tapped the button on my phone, a new tab opened on Edge on my PC.

Heading home?

Send the article you are reading on your phone to your PC.

Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET

Better bookmarking

Click the star button in Edge (or hit Control-D) and you’ll see Edge’s bookmark menu got a design refresh and better illustrates the folder hierarchy for your favorites, making it quicker and easier to find a folder to plop a new favorite. And on the Favorites hub itself, you’ll find two new items on the right-click menu — Sort by name and Edit URL. The former lets you arrange a list of favorites alphabetically and the latter lets you quickly edit a favorite’s URL.

Better PDF and eBook reader

Microsoft added a few tools to make Edge more capable with PDFs and eBooks for touchscren PCs.

With PDFs, you can now click the Add Notes button to the right of the URL bar to ink on the PDF, from signing your name and highlighting lines to adding comments and copying text. It’s particularly useful for signing documents — no longer will you need to add a weird electronic signature or, worse, print, sign and scan a PDF in order to send back a signed copy.

You can add highlights and notes to eBooks as well as PDF files.

Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET

For eBooks, students (and habitual notetakers) will rejoice at being able to mark up eBooks as you read them. Just highlight some text and a small menu will appear that lets you highlight the text, underline it, add a comment, copy it or open a Cortana panel along the Edge window’s right edge without leaving the page you are on.

Read more: The 10 best new features of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update[6]

Now Playing: Watch this: New features in Windows 10

References

  1. ^ Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (www.cnet.com)
  2. ^ Microsoft (www.cnet.com)
  3. ^ preview version of Edge for iOS or Android (www.microsoft.com)
  4. ^ iPhone (www.cnet.com)
  5. ^ £849.00 at Apple (dw.cbsi.com)
  6. ^ 10 best new features of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (www.cnet.com)

5 reasons to use Edge in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

With Windows 10 Fall Creators Update[1], Microsoft[2] has added a handful of new features and tweaks to its Edge browser. I doubt they will be enough to pry you away from your browser of choice, but the Edge browser continues to trend in the right direction. Here are the five big improvements Microsoft has made to Edge with its most recent Windows update.

Pin pages to the taskbar

Not seen since Windows 8, you can once again pin websites to the taskbar.

To do so, click the triple-dot button along the Edge window’s right edge and choose Pin this page to the taskbar.

You can put your favorite websites on your taskbar for fast access.

Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET

True full-screen mode

Edge finally has a true, full-screen mode where you lose the browser’s menus and tabs at the top. Hit F11 to toggle in and out of full-screen mode or click the triple-dot button and then click the diagonal double-arrow button to the right of the zoom controls.

Better integration with your phone

Edge promises to let you start an article on your phone and then pick it where you left off on your PC, but you’ll need to use a preview version of Edge for iOS or Android[3] or the Cortana app for iOS or Android to try it out. And you’ll need to connect your phone to your PC in the new Phone section of the Settings app, which you’ll find on the main page of Settings.

I tried it out by installing the Cortana app on my iPhone[4] (£849.00 at Apple[5]). I opened a news article and tapped the blue button to continue reading on my PC. It worked seamlessly; as soon as I tapped the button on my phone, a new tab opened on Edge on my PC.

Heading home?

Send the article you are reading on your phone to your PC.

Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET

Better bookmarking

Click the star button in Edge (or hit Control-D) and you’ll see Edge’s bookmark menu got a design refresh and better illustrates the folder hierarchy for your favorites, making it quicker and easier to find a folder to plop a new favorite. And on the Favorites hub itself, you’ll find two new items on the right-click menu — Sort by name and Edit URL. The former lets you arrange a list of favorites alphabetically and the latter lets you quickly edit a favorite’s URL.

Better PDF and eBook reader

Microsoft added a few tools to make Edge more capable with PDFs and eBooks for touchscren PCs.

With PDFs, you can now click the Add Notes button to the right of the URL bar to ink on the PDF, from signing your name and highlighting lines to adding comments and copying text. It’s particularly useful for signing documents — no longer will you need to add a weird electronic signature or, worse, print, sign and scan a PDF in order to send back a signed copy.

You can add highlights and notes to eBooks as well as PDF files.

Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET

For eBooks, students (and habitual notetakers) will rejoice at being able to mark up eBooks as you read them. Just highlight some text and a small menu will appear that lets you highlight the text, underline it, add a comment, copy it or open a Cortana panel along the Edge window’s right edge without leaving the page you are on.

Read more: The 10 best new features of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update[6]

Now Playing: Watch this: New features in Windows 10

References

  1. ^ Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (www.cnet.com)
  2. ^ Microsoft (www.cnet.com)
  3. ^ preview version of Edge for iOS or Android (www.microsoft.com)
  4. ^ iPhone (www.cnet.com)
  5. ^ £849.00 at Apple (dw.cbsi.com)
  6. ^ 10 best new features of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (www.cnet.com)

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