Twinkly LED Light Strings CES 2020 Preview

January 14, 2020 at 3:40am
By Jason Stettner

The Twinkly LED Light Strings were showcased at CES 2020 with various Christmas tree setups. These were easy to interact with, vibrant and rather neat to see in action. There was an app that allowed easy usage and customization of the lights that were setup.

Many unique color options, and twists to do with these bunches of lights. The second generation of Twinkly’s apparently revolutionary LED string lights combine smart home connectivity and easy installation for home décor installing. Twinkly offers LEDs string sizes from 150 to 400 LEDS to fit a variety of tree and decoration spaces that one might have.
Twinkly LED Light Strings CES
The LEDs are available in three color combinations; Multi-color RGB, Special Edition RGB+ White, and the world’s only AWWLED including amber, warm white, and cold white for an elegant décor scheme. You will have the ability to choose the perfect size and color combination to fit your home’s needs. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled, Twinkly’s LEDs can be controlled in the palm of users’ hands via Twinkly’s smartphone application.

With the lights’ innovative Computer Vision feature, the application is able to detect the exact position of each LED through a smartphone camera. After stringing the lights where desired, simply take a photo in the app to map the environment and create breathtaking effects easily. Select the color, animation, brightness, and design projected on the lights displayed inside or outside of their home. Choose from a variety of pre-made color combinations.

The 2020 product suite features LED Light Strings (150, 190, 250, and 400 LEDs), Festoon Lights, Curtains and Icicles, all available for purchase now on Amazon in the United States and perhaps other regions. Clusters and Spritzers are coming soon. You can check out what else we visited at the show through the general hub for this year below, but also be sure to check out our preview of the LG Smart Door concept.

Read our LG Smart Door Preview
View our CES 2020 Hub

Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner