On August 11, Huawei smart select smart desk lamp 2 is about to start pre-sale, with the original price of 199 yuan, and the pre-sale only needs 179 yuan. It has passed the inspection of five authoritative monitoring organizations, and it has no blue light hazard, no stroboscopic light, no radiation, and national AA level light, ensuring the safety of eyes in all aspects. < p > < p > according to the national reading and writing table lamp standard, the table lamp is divided into national A and national AA, and the national AA class is better than the national a level in terms of lighting range, regional illumination and illumination uniformity. < p > < p > Huawei intelligent table lamp 2 covers a desk with a diameter of 1.6 meters, which can achieve wide coverage of the whole desktop, open vision and no dark area, and can relieve eye fatigue. < / P > < p > at the same time, Huawei intelligent table lamp 2 is not only the national AA level, but also has the highest central illumination of 4839lux, with even and soft light. The color rendering index (RA & gt; 95) of table lamp meets the requirements of Museum level color rendering index, and has ultra-high color restoration degree to help children improve color identification system. < p > < p > Huawei intelligent intelligent desk lamp 2 has 7 common learning modes built in, and 19 common learning and examination timing modes can be expanded and selected, such as 120 minute timing for middle school language and numeral examination, 140 minute timing for CET-4 and GMAT 226 minute timing for studying abroad, etc., and the learning record report can be viewed at any time. < p > < p > Huawei intelligent table lamp 2 supports three-axis adjustment. The upper and lower rotation axis of the lamp panel is 200 degrees, the left and right rotation axis is 180 degrees, and the base rotation axis is 55 degrees. Users can adjust the height and angle as they like. No matter the scene changes, it can always harvest uniform light. American companies begin to give up R & D: who should pay for corporate research?