Good luck with your unconnected light bulb.
Unconnected to data? That's standard. No internet of things at home for me, thanks.
Unconnected to the mains? That's a torch.
Personally, at the end of the day when I get home I don't want a bunch of bleeding edge equipment that I have to spend the evening debugging. I just want nice reliable equipment that >WORKS<.
If that means some of it (especially speakers) is ten years older than me, then so be it.