The Philips Hue smart jack, priced at $ 39.99, is designed to turn bulbs that are incompatible with Hue bulbs into smart lights that can be controlled through the Philips Hue app and HomeKit.
You can connect any table lamp, floor lamp or other device to the smart socket to add it to your Philips Hue configuration. The Smart Plug can be turned on or off using the Hue application or HomeKit controls.
A new Philips Hue Smart button, priced at $ 19.99, gives you a physical control option for your Philips Hue lamps. You can only press one button to activate the lights you want to control, and pressing and holding can light up or dim the lights.
Coupled with the Philips Hue Bridge, the button can be set to adjust effects such as setting the lighting of your TV with a preset white shade and a brightness level suited to the time of day.
In the morning, just press the smart button for the lights to cool, activating the shades of white, and in the evening, pressing this button triggers warmer and lower light settings.
The smart button has a magnetic holder and a mini adhesive mount so you can place it where you want it.
Signify launches a new Bluetooth version of the Philips Hue Go portable lamp ($ 79.99), which can be used alone with the Bluetooth Hue Bluetooth app or be added to any standard Philips Hue configuration. The new Hue Go option is similar to the existing Hue Go option, but with a longer battery life.
There are also new Bluetooth-compatible versions of the GU10 White and Color Ambiance and White Ambiance bulbs that can be used without a hub via Bluetooth. In addition, they offer higher light output, a new design and richer colors.
The latest addition is a Philips Hue White E12 bulb, ideal for ceiling fans, chandeliers and similar fixtures. The new E12 candle bulbs work with Bluetooth or with a Hue bridge.
The Smart Plug and Smart Button will be launched in October, while the new Hue Go will arrive in November. The GU10 projectors and the E12 candle bulbs will be available from September. More information on new products is available on the Hue website.
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