Signify has announced a slew of new lights for their Philips Hue brand including the new Hue Play gradient lightstrip, updated Hue Iris table lamp and more.
“We are constantly looking for new ways to take smart lighting entertainment to the next level with Philips Hue. Our new Philips Hue Play gradient lightstrip generates multiple colours at once and blends them together seamlessly, creating a magical viewing effect around your TV. We’re proud to offer our consumers such a truly immersive experience in their own home,” said Jasper Vervoort, Business Leader Philips Hue at Signify.
Hue Play gradient lightstrip
The new Hue Play gradient lightstrip is designed to complement your TV. It attaches to the backside of your TV (that is 55-inches or larger) and will help mimic the content on the screen for a more immersive experience.
The lightstrip generates multiple colours at once and blends them together seamlessly.
In order to use the Hue Play gradient lightstrip, you’ll need the Hue Sync Desktop app on your computer. If you’re planning on using the lightstrip with your TV, you’ll need the Hue Play HDMI Sync Box, Hue Sync mobile app and a Hue Bridge.
In the box, you’ll get the lightstrip, power supply and TV-mounting accessories.
The Hue Play gradient lightstrip comes in three different sizes:
- 55-inch (fits TV sizes 55 to 60 inches) – $259 CAD / 179.99 EUR / $199.99 USD
- 65-inch (fits TV sizes 65 to 70 inches) – $299 CAD / 199.99 EUR / $219.99 USD
- 75-inch (fits TV sizes 75 to 85 inches) – $329 CAD / 229.99 EUR / $239.99 USD
Canadian pricing for the Hue Play gradient lightstrip to be confirmed.
The Hue Play gradient lightstrip will be available starting October 6th in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
Signify has updated its Hue Iris with support for even richer colours, better dimming options and an increase in brightness when it’s set to white light.
There’s also Bluetooth support and it’ll be released in four limited edition colours: copper, rose, silver and gold.
The Hue Iris is launching on October 6th in Canada, US and Europe for $129 CAD ($99 USD/ 99 EUR) for the standard edition and 199 EUR for the limited edition colours.
Hue Filament collection
For those in Europe, Signify is launching two larger versions of their vintage-looking bulbs with Large Globe (White Filament G125) and Large Edison (White Filament ST72).
The Large Globe (White Filament G125) and Large Edison (White Filament ST72) launch on September 29th for 39 EUR and 34 EUR respectively.
You can read more about all the lights that Signify announced at the source link below.