Philips Hue family welcomes new smart light bulbs such as Lightguide
Sold with Lightguide “light guide” bulbs, lanyard, metal stand, etc.Accessories, which provides the option of black or white for individual bulbs.
Next is the Filament “filament” bulb, which provides a new option for existing white/colored mood lighting.
The slimmer Philips Hue Slim Downlight is ideal for ceiling-mounted solutions where space is limited. It’s rated at 1200 lumens, but also supports dimming to blend in with the overall environment.
Also for PC gamers, Philips offers the Gradient Lightstrip, which provides ambience rendering to the monitor.
Single-monitor configurations are available in 24/27 and 32/34-inch sizes, as well as longer light bars for triple 24- to 27-inch monitor configurations.
Later this year, the Philips Hue sync app will also be merged with the Hue app for an integrated management experience, while Mimic Presence automation allows users to set lighting effects on or off at specific times.
The Gradient Lightstrip can be set to blink, dim and vary to suit the gaming atmosphere.
Finally, the Philips Hue Lightguide bulbs will be available in the fourth quarter of 2022, priced between $75~90 (about 517~621 RMB), and the hanging accessories are $50 (345 RMB).
The Philips Hue Slim Downlight will be available on September 1st for $70 (about 483 RMB). The Filament Candle Bulb will be available on September 13 for $45 / $65 (310 / 448 RMB) for a two-piece set.
Hue Play light strips for PC gamers are also available on the same day, 24/27 and 32/34-inch versions for single monitors are priced at $170 / $190 (about 1172 / 1310 RMB), 24/27 versions for triple screens for $280 ($1931).