Philips adds LED strips and loose Bloom lamp to Hue product range

Aug

6

2013

Philips is adding LED strips and LED lamps are loose Hue product range. The light sources can be via the Hue app on a smartphone or tablet controlled, something with the loose LED bulbs is already possible in the Hue-series.

The first Hue lamps were on the market in October 2012 brought by Philips. The energy efficient LED lights, which could be initially purchased in Apple Stores can only using a bridge and a mobile application configured to be. A Hue-starter with three LED bulbs will cost 199 euros, while loose bulbs should yield. EUR 59

Meanwhile, Philips plans to add short term, a number of new products to its line-Hue so reports The Verge. So the electronics company wants to sell LED strips. The so-called Hue Light Strips, those without wireless connectivity for some time in the series Philips Living Colors available are, would have a length of 2 meters. Like the other Hue lamps are the strips through the ZigBee Light Link protocol remotely controlled. The retail price would be $ 90 amounts and again, the Hue-product first appear in the Apple Store.
Philips Hue Light Strips and Bloom Philips Hue Light Strips and Bloom

A second product that Philips wants to include in its product line, the name Hue Hue Bloom have. The Bloom, who seems particularly useful for illuminating objects, is a loose lamp with an LED lamp 120 lumens. The retail price would be 80 dollars. It is still unclear if and when the new Hue-products in the Netherlands will pop up and what prices Philips and Apple will use.

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