Homekit.Blog is supported by its audience and can earn commissions as an Amazon Associate and Affiliate on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not affect our editorial content. Smart Lighting company Sengled announced a number of HomeKit-compatible products at CES 2022, including light strips that sync with streaming content and outdoor string lights. For example, the company plans to release a new Bluetooth smart lamp with health-tracking features. The A19 Bulb, which won a CES Innovation Award, allows users to track their sleep, monitor vital signs and detect falls. However, it is still in the "very early" stage of development. Other products that could debut earlier in 2022 include the Wi-Fi Video-Sync TV Light Strips. The light strips are synced to a TV via a small camera and project the same colors displayed in a show, movie or other content. The light stripes will cost around $120. The company also announced new outdoor Wi-Fi LED string lights with millions of different color combinations and lights that can be individually set to a different color. They will cost $80. Sengled also announced a $60 portable Wi-Fi lamp that is powered by a rechargeable battery and features lighting functions such as dimming, changing color, and or a flickering candlelight effect. The Wi-Fi Video-Sync TV Light Strips project colors from the show or movie you're watching. The company will also release a smart LED diffuser light, window and door sensors, and a Zigbee motion sensor device. Sengled also said the existing Bluetooth Mesh lights will receive Google Assistant support within the "next few months." Homekit.Blog will personally cover the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show from January 3-6, where we expect to see Wi-Fi 6e devices, HomeKit, Apple accessories, 8K monitors and more. Stay tuned for our coverage by downloading the Homekit.Blog app and follow us on YouTube, Twitter @Homekit.Blog, and Facebook for live, late-breaking coverage. You can also check out our official Instagram account for exclusive photos during the event.
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