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Philips jumps in with adjustable mainstream LED option

Looks like GE won't be alone with a mainstream LED light bulb: Philips is now saying that it will have a 60-watt version out by the end of 2010. What's more, the Philips product will be dimmable AND it will provide a different sort of lighting than traditional LEDs -- a "warm white light" as opposed to the bluish light that you normally get from LED technology.
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Looks like GE won't be alone with a mainstream LED light bulb: Philips is now saying that it will have a 60-watt version out by the end of 2010. What's more, the Philips product will be dimmable AND it will provide a different sort of lighting than traditional LEDs -- a "warm white light" as opposed to the bluish light that you normally get from LED technology. The cost will still be pretty high though -- maybe $40 to $50 per bulb.

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