No sorry it doesn't work with those
No, the light does not come with a hub. A hub is a smart home controller. It interfaces with some of the devices that do not directly communicate with Alexa. This bulb needs a hub to control it. I use the Samsung SmartThings hub. The new Echo Plus (Alexa) includes a hub so you don't have to buy it separately.
You can control it with a ZigBee compatible device like wink or SmartThings
Contrary to what a previous reply said, these do not have a WiFi transmitter. They run on the Zigbee protocol, which is compatible with many home automation hubs (notably Wink and Samsung SmartThings). So, you need a central hub to control them. Through those hubs you can control them by events (sunset/sunrise, time, manually, etc.) and you can also control them through an Amazon Echo which talks to either of those hubs.
No you need a zigbee hub such as Wink or Smarthings.
This bulb is actually daylight white. I have to turn their brightness to 50% in order not to wake my wife up at night as I walk into the hallway to the bathroom at night.
You don't need to be home to control these connected bulbs as most likely you have one of the many home automation hubs in your house.
No, hue hub only works with hue bulbs, but it will work with wink or SmartThings Hub. They don’t conflict with each other, so they are compatible in the same home
The CREE A19 can do all, you can connected with the Smartthings app, name it, asked echo to discover new devices and your done. The CREE A19 was not reliable, constantly needed to be reconnected. I would not recommend definitely does not perform as well as Phillips Hue. I eventually switched over to Phillips Hue and now things run problem free.
yes, but I use a Wink hub.