ADATA Launches Innovative LED Desk Lamp

New ‘Tulip’ model lamp brings soft lighting splendor and energy efficiency

Taipei, Taiwan – January 21, 2014 – ADATA™ Lighting has announced the launch of the Tulip LED desk lamp, a practical and gorgeous lighting solution that combines safety with energy efficiency. The Tulip desk lamp provides 1000 Lux of illumination that is free of harmful ultra-violet radiation, and features three-stage brightness adjustment along with a convenient and comforting nightlight.
ADATA LED lamp
The smooth lines and soft colors of the lamp’s exterior create a minimalist natural air inside a home or office. The brightness adjustment is controlled by an easy-to-use color coded touch-sensitive button, with brightness stages of 100%, 80%, and 60% indicated by soft pink, purple and blue button hues. For nighttime use, a nightlight provides safety and comfort through a steady and warm glow.

For many consumers, one of the main interests in LED lights is the reduced power consumption. The Tulip desk lamp provides energy savings of up to 60% over traditional lamps. One 8-Watt LED can replace a 21-Watt conventional light, giving consistent and flicker-free illumination for 40,000 hours or more.
ADATA led lamp opened
Available in two color schemes- White/Blue & White/Silver, the Tulip desk lamp comes with a two-year warranty.

Availability
The Tulip LED desk lamp will be available through selected retailers and distributors.

Source: ADATA

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