Bluetooth-only kit doesn’t support Google or Amazon RGB kit has limited features Minger DreamColor kit supports only one strip Lighting is an essential part of your smart home. With the proper equipment, you can dim the lights, change their color, and creating schedules using an app on your phone. In many cases, you can perform the same functions using voice commands through Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Our Govee LED Strip Lights review covers four kits you can control within the home or from afar during a vacation. China-based Govee opened its doors in 2017 and its portfolio includes a water leak detector, smart plug, a Bluetooth meat thermometer, smart lightbulbs, and LED strip lights. Govee mostly sells its kits through Amazon and promises rapid replacements for defective devices. Before we dive into the Govee LED Strip Lights review, the kits feature two lighting methods that require an explanation. The DreamColor models have addressable LEDs, meaning each LED lights individually with an assigned color to enable multi-colored special effects like candlelight, snowfall, movie reactions, and more. The RGB strips do not have addressable LEDs, thus every light illumi...