Today, Huawei held a new product launch conference in Shenzhen and launched the first batch of intelligent lighting products from Huawei’s smart selection brand. In recent times, Huawei has increased its investment in smart home products and it has launched its own intelligent hardware brand “Huawei Zhixuan” to unify the APP portal and ensure product quality. The launch of the Ark Lab saw the official announcement of three new Huawei smart home products which include
- Huawei’s intelligent reading table lamp
- Huawei’s smart aromatherapy sleep light
- Huawei’s smart selection full-color bulbs
Huawei’s intelligent reading table lamp meets the AQ illumination standard of China Quality Certification Center. Its three-dimensional illumination is sufficient, and there are three color temperature modes that can be exchanged at any time. This effectively controls damage or fatigue to human eyes no matter how long the light is used.
Huawei’s smart aromatherapy sleep light has a 30-dB ultra-quiet design and supports 16 million colours free switching. It comes with an original water lily colour and gives a cool ultrasonic humidification.
Huawei’s smart selection full-color bulb is designed in collaboration with Shanghai Sansi. It supports 17 scenes and can freely switch between them. The warm/cold temperatures of the bulb can be seamlessly adjusted and it comes with a service life of more than 10 years.
At the same time, Huawei also introduced a cost-effective 2.4/5GHz true dual-band 1200M wireless router – Huawei Router WS5102. This router supports Huawei’s smart device one-button connection and has omnidirectional foldable high gain antennas.
As of now, Huawei’s HiLink smart home interconnection platform currently has more than 20 million users, over 150 manufacturers, exceeds 100 categories, 500+ products, and over 400 million APP links. In order to accelerate the certification of HiLink platform, Huawei has invested huge manpower and material resources to set up the Ark Lab at the headquarters base, covering an area of nearly 1,000 square meters, including product certification zone, joint innovation zone, product display zone and scene development zone. It is currently considered as the world’s largest IoT interconnection lab.