In Brief

Smart lighting company sees itself as low-cost alternative to Philips Hue

It’s common knowledge that steep competition in practically every arena of industry in China has pushed the country to invest in tons of manufacturing. If it can be made cheaper or replicated, you can be pretty confident the country will give it a go, as the future belongs to those who make things.

Once a graduate of the HAX incubator, the premier accelerator program for hardware startups—based both in Shenzhen, China, and San Francisco—Yeelight has become a key player in the smart lighting arena.

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