ITEAD studio is an electronics shop based in Shenzhen, China with the tagline "make innovation easier". They sell a variety of hobbyist-friendly prototyping hardware such as LCD displays and Arduino shields, and they do seem to be one of the more innovative players in the market.
ITEAD has an Indiegogo campaign in progress for their latest products, Sonoff and Slampher, and they sent me pre-release samples of each to review.
The two devices are fairly similar, they're both essentially smart power switches. Both can be remote controlled via the included remote and/or via a Android or iOS app, and both can be assigned a schedule through said app.
The only real difference is the connectors and amount of amperage the devices can handle: Sonoff is hard-wired via screw terminals, and can handle up to 10 amps whereas Slampher is intended for lightbulbs (see the "lamp" in the name?) with an E27 socket and can only handle < 2A.