In case you’re available in the market for a Google Assistant-supported good lamp, you’ll be sorely disillusioned to know that Google created one, nevertheless it’s just for staff, as reported by 9to5Google. Google designer Ben Gold tweeted out a picture of the lamp, cleverly known as the dLight, noting it “will seemingly by no means be on the market outdoors of the corporate.”
The Google lamp is known as the “dLight” and I confirmed that it’s not confidential. Once more, this product will seemingly by no means be on the market outdoors of the corporate. pic.twitter.com/fMmDXdr6Yk
— Ben Gold (@bengold) February 11, 2022
The ultra-modern lamp includes a round base and skinny publish that homes a cylindrical mild, and, admittedly, its brilliant white shade virtually makes it appear to be one thing you’d discover at an Apple retailer. As famous by Gold, you may transfer the sunshine into completely different positions, letting you level the sunshine downwards in direction of your desk or at your face throughout video calls. It additionally comes with a number of lighting presets, in addition to the power to vary the temperature of the sunshine.
The lamp’s FCC paperwork point out web connectivity and help for Google Assistant, as its label has the “Hey Google” emblem stamped on it. And whilst you can’t see the USB-C port in any of the supplied photos, Gold says it does include one, and that it additionally will get over-the-air updates.
Sadly, these of us who aren’t employed by Google gained’t have the ability to get our palms on the dLight. However as 9to5Google factors out, this isn’t the primary time Google has made an employee-only product — in 2017, the corporate developed a pair of Google-branded over-the-ear headphones for its staff.
Gold says staff situated within the US can order the dLight free of charge (though he notes it’s at the moment on backorder) by the corporate, as a part of Google’s efforts to enhance the work at home expertise. Google’s staff nonetheless aren’t obligated to return to the workplace as a result of pandemic.