-It has support for 5 and 12V LED strips.
-Support for almost all LED strips currently available. For example, but not limited to: WS2811, WS2812, Neopixel, WS2801 and RGB.
-A button to turn the EspLight into Access Point mode, so you can connect your phone or laptop with it and you can set up you local wifi router with a web interface.
-A programming mode button.
-A reset button.
Because it´s open source, you can make your own firmware for it.
If I finish the Kickstarter (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fridgefire/esplight-cheap-open-source-wifi-led-strip-controll/) I will add the following features to make it "noob friendly":
-A Windows/Linux program to easy install/upgrade the EspLight.
-An Android app with at the very least:
- Fade color button for a cool fading effect.
- "Rainbow" mode for digital LED strips.
- Dim option.
- Full on.
- A color "wheel", for this I forked this project: http://trevorshp.com/creations/android_led.htm