11/19/2020 Philips Hue Play DMI Sync Box. SIGNIFY RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY
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Signify, company that owns the Philips Hue brand, has presented its catalog of smart lighting devices for Christmas, with different models of bulbs and lamps connected and also products to make viewing on televisions more immersive.
The Philips Hue Play range has products such as the Philips Hue Play Gradient LED strips, which are placed on the back of televisions from 55 to more than 75 inches and that provide a dimmable and addressable light, which mimics the content of the screen .
This device has a triangular design that is at a 45-degree angle, which makes the light project to the sides, and it is sold for a price of 179.99 euros.
Another of Philips Hue’s entertainment-oriented products on televisions is the Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box, which allows users to synchronize smart lights at home with the content on the TV in real time (249.95 euros).
For those who want to intelligently illuminate their home at Christmas, one of the options is smart lamps, with Bluetooth connectivity to manage their color or power from their mobile, for example.
Philips Hue has smart lamp models like Iris (119.95 euros), which this year has been reformulated with richer colors and attenuations and an increase in brightness, which reaches up to 570 lumens when using white light.
Users who prefer portable lamps, with battery to move from one room to another, also have the Hue Go model (79.95 euros), with up to 2.5 hours of autonomy in bright mode and up to 18 hours in candle mode.
And for those who prefer table lamps, Signify also has Wellner White (99.95 euros), with a white light from warm to cold and that allows the regulation of night lights from high to dim brightness and adjust the light to the necessary hue and shine.
Smart bulbs have also chosen to maintain the designs of the classic filament bulbs, as is the case with the Philips Hue Filament range, which has received new models for Christmas 2020.
White Filament G125 (€ 39.95) features a ‘vintage’ balloon design, while the Edison-style ST27 (€ 35.95) is inspired by the design created by inventor Thomas Edison.
Philips Hue also has several additional models in its catalog of bulbs to illuminate the house at Christmas intelligently: Philips Hue White A67 (24.95 euros), with 1600 lumens equivalent to 100W; the reduced-size model for Luster E14 lamps (29.95 euros); and a starter kit in Hue with E27 bulbs (199.95 euros).