Signify has just introduced several exciting new Philips Hue products that will bring a sleek and modern look to any room. The popular Philips Hue Lightstrip is now also available in smaller sizes for PC monitors. Then we get three fancy new Lightguide bulbs and a new downlight for narrow ceilings.
Personally, the most exciting thing about the new Philips Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip for PC is that not only is it beautiful, but it also doesn’t require a sync box. The company also confirmed that its mobile sync app for the sync box will be integrated with the main Hue app later this year.
While more expensive than something like the Govee monitor lights, Philips Hue’s new Gradient Lightstrip promises to be the ultimate lighting experience for PC gamers. It offers a seamless gradient of rich, bright and vibrant colors that can be easily controlled by your computer. Also, you no longer have to hide the sync box controller.
As expected, the Play Gradient Lightstrip for PC uses a 45 degree ferrule for easy mounting and then flashes, dances and flourishes behind your monitor and bounces off the wall. Those looking for a high-end gaming experience should grab one of these.
The new light strip is available in a variety of sizes and price points, including 24/27-inch for $169.99, 32/34-inch for $189.99, or a 24/27-inch triple-monitor option for $279.99. All three strips will be available on September 13th.
Other new products include the Hue Lightguide bulbs, which have a new filament inside that offers a beautiful look that’s brighter than ever. Available in large spherical, ellipse and triangle shapes, these bulbs can diffuse light of any color and have a glossy finish that you won’t want to hide. Basically, these were designed to be displayed rather than covered by a lampshade and will be available in Q4 for around $80.
And finally, there’s a new Philips Hue Slim downlight that’s perfect for small spaces or ceilings that don’t have enough space for a typical smart light bulb. The caseless design fits where others don’t, giving you color-enabled lights anywhere, anytime. Even in a slim body, the downlight still offers 1200 lumens, bright enough to handle any space.
The Slim Downlight is available starting today, September 1st, and is priced at $69.99. Visit the Philips Hue website to see what’s new.
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