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




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.

Hue Bloom


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