If you are searching for a Google Assistant-activated smart light, 9to5Google reports that Google has created one, but it’s only for Google employees. dLight is a lamp designed by Ben Gold, a Google designer, who tweeted a lamp’s photo, which he referred to as the dLight, and stated that it “will almost certainly never be offered for purchase by the general public.”

The ultra-modern lamp has a circular base and a skinny pole with a cylinder light, and its own bright white color is almost as if it came from an Apple store. According to Gold, you may rotate the light into various positions, such as downwards toward your work or your face for video interactions. The device also contains several lighting presets and the option to adjust the light’s temperature.

The FCC papers imply Internet access and adaptability for Google Assistant because the lamp’s label bears the “Hey Google” logo engraved on it. The presence of a USB-C connector is not visible in any of the photos, but Gold maintains that it is included and that it receives updates over the air.

Unfortunately, those of us who are not Google workers won’t have the opportunity to buy the dLight. The company has already made a product for its employees, as 9to5Google points out: in 2017, the company issued a pair of over-the-ear headphones that were branded with the Google logo on them.

According to Gold, Google personnel in the United States can receive the dLight for free as a portion of the company’s attempts to enhance the work-from-home experience. However, the device is currently on backorder due to high demand. Google employees who were unable to work as a consequence of the epidemic are still not required to return to their jobs.

Throughout the pandemic, the firm’s return-to-work arrangements were modified on a number of occasions. When the delta version became a major issue in August, we heard that the firm planned to keep in-office employment voluntary till at least 10th January 2022. That strategy differed from a prior one announced in December 2020, which called for employees to return in September.