This LED Lamp Can Replace Your Wifi

So youíve heard of Wi-Fi. You might even be on Wi-Fi right now. But what if you hate Wi-Fi? What if you are just really, morally opposed to and personally offended by Wi-Fi, but still want wireless internet? Then finally, you have an answer: Li-Fi ó internet delivered via infrared light. Li-Fi is not exactly new, but a company named Oledcomm is one of the first to bring it to market in a way thatís accessible to consumers. Itís created a product named MyLiFi that lets you get internet wirelessly using a lamp and a dongle that plugs into your computerís USB port. I got to test it out at CES today, and it definitely works. But there are so many drawbacks that I find it hard to imagine why someone would want to buy one. The internet... Continue reading…

This LED Lamp Can Replace Your Wifi

Lamps tend to be very limited in their functionality. For the most part they illuminate spaces. These days, however, some aim a little higher. Some can charge your gadgets, which is pretty cool. ...

Tue 9 Jan 18 from Geek.com

MyLiFi lamp delivers secure internet via LEDs

MyLiFi is a lamp that provides a secure, wireless, radiowave-free internet connection to nearby devices, all through the data-transferring power of LEDs. It's a simplistic, industrial-style ...

Mon 8 Jan 18 from Engadget

This lamp wants to replace your WiFi with light, but it can't - CNET

Broadcasting the internet over light might be the future, but the future isn't here yet.

Mon 8 Jan 18 from CNET Cutting Edge

This lamp beams internet to your laptop

Sun 7 Jan 18 from The Verge

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