It begins with a chapter on key feature of LED lights in an attempt to win you over.
The book is structured very well but has too few illustrations for my taste. The information it carries is very thorough but may turn off non techies.
Although I am an electronics engineer and am very interested in green technologies, I felt that the primer was not very successful in keeping me interested. Perhaps this is what primers are for and my expectations were misplaced.
Recommended for those seeking a thorough but short reference about LED lighting. Not recommended for non-techies.
About the author:
Sal Cangeloso is a life-long technology enthusiast who founded computer hardware site XYZcomputing.com in 2003. In 2007, he started working for Geek.com. He now runs Geek.com and ExtremeTech.com. Sal is an inquisitive guy who loves computers, cameras, and pretty much anything electronic. via Amazon.com
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