Last year, in November, I bought a starter kit for the Philips Hue ambiance (Black Friday offers). Then I got my hands on a mini homepod. In the last few weaknesses, I read a lot about wire bulbs and nanowires. The question is whether I should keep the shade system or sell it and buy nanoleaf bulbs to be durable in the future. I know that both systems have their advantages and disadvantages, but I can’t decide and I want to use my products from as few companies as possible. What is your opinion? Although I read that Philips shade bulbs will only support the wire bridge, but I am skeptical about it. I’m pretty sure the bulbs are capable, but they want to force us to use zigbee 3.0.
Philips HUE vs Nanoleaf
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