Meross launches slimmer Smart LED Desk Lamp with touch and HomeKit controls
What you need to know
- Meross has launched another new HomeKit-enabled lamp.
- The MDL110M features a slim profile and touch controls.
- The latest lamp is available now on Amazon for $69.99.
Following the launch of a smart desk lamp and floor lamp earlier this month, Meross has announced the release of another new HomeKit desk lamp on Friday. The Meross MDL110M Smart LED Desk Lamp — available now on Amazon, features a sleek aluminum frame, touch controls, and smart app convenience.
Similar to the previously released lamp, the MDL110M sports an all-black design with an articulating arm that houses 46 "high-quality" LEDs. The onboard LEDs can produce up to 400 lumens of brightness and supports full-dimming functionality from 1 to 100%.
While it cannot display color, the new Meross lamp supports white color temperature adjustments ranging from 2700 to 6000K. Color temperature and brightness adjustments are available through on-device touch controls or via the Meross app when connected to a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network.
In addition to the Meross app, the MDL110M works with HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, IFTTT, and Samsung SmartThings. Like the best HomeKit lamps, smart features with the MDL110M include scheduling, timers, and automation with other Meross accessories — or HomeKit accessories through the Home app.
The Meross MDL110M Smart LED Desk Lamp is available now through Amazon for $69.99. As with most Meross product releases, the company is offering a special launch discount that takes $25 off of the purchase price for a limited time. To take advantage of the savings, be sure to clip the coupon on the Amazon product page.
Sleek and smart
The latest smart lamp from Meross features touch controls, dimming, and smart controls through HomeKit. Save an extra $25 by clipping the Amazon coupon.
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Christopher spends most of his time writing and dreaming about all things HomeKit and the Home app. Whether it is installing smart light switches, testing the latest door locks, or automating his households daily routines, Christopher has done it all.