One of the new Philips lighting systems was unveiled by mistake last July, but now official: the company has in fact presented the new Hue lights compatible with Apple's HomeKit technology, with Google Assistant and Alexa, some already on sale in the United States.
One of the novelties is called Outdoor Lightstrip and an LED strip specially designed for use outside the home, therefore capable of resisting temperature changes and atmospheric agents. It is produced in two versions, 2 meters and 5 meters long, at a price of $ 89.99 and $ 159.99 respectively, although the date of marketing has not yet been announced.
In October the US arrives instead Ascend collection, which includes some wall lamps ($ 99.99) and table lamps ($ 129.99), a pendant lamp ($ 149.99) and a floor lamp ($ 179.99). The first two are sold together with the Hue E12 bulbs, while the last two are sold with the Hue A19s bulbs.
The ceiling pendant lamp is also new Being, which uses an exclusive ring-shaped bulb, limited to shades of white only. It arrives on the American market on August 20 at a price of 249.99 dollars together with Enchant ($ 99.99), another pendant lamp that uses a multi-colored bulb bulb.
The mirror is already on sale in the United States Adore (here our study) for 249.99 dollars and a new ceiling light, on sale for 179.99 dollars. Both use a non-replaceable white LED light which, Philips ensures, promises up to 30,000 hours of use. All Hue products are also available on Amazon once European distribution has started.