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Although it looks different from other LEDs in the market, the newly released Philip’s SlimStyle line is setting a new bar for LEDs. 

Apparently, Philips is putting all of its lightbulbs on a diet. Just a couple months after releasing the flattened SlimStyle A19 and SlimStyle BR30 LED bulbs, the company is back again with a new SlimStyle 75-watt equivalent. Much like the original 60-watt equivalent SlimStyle bulb, the diodes in this latest bulb are dispersed in a flat arrangement that eliminates the need for aluminum heat sinks. In addition to making the bulbs much slimmer and lighter than the original version, the lack of bulky heat sinks also makes the bulbs easier to manufacture, which ultimately translates to a lower price for consumers. 

Read the whole story in Digital Trends.

 

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