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Philips Hue Dymera: New wall light is now available Light upwards and downwards

Light upwards and downwards

I introduced you to the Philips Hue Dymera earlier this month, and now the wall light for indoor and outdoor use that was announced back in January is finally available. You can order it from the official Philips Hue online shop for 219.99 euros. A steep price, especially compared to similar wall lights such as the Hue Appear or Hue Resonate.

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Philips Hue announces support for multiple bridges With one account and in one home

With one account and in one home

The Philips Hue Bridge is known to be designed for 50 lights. What was a pretty generous mark ten years ago is now exceeded by miles in many households. The only way out so far, as long as you want to remain loyal to Philips Hue, is to install a second or third Hue Bridge.

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The new Echo Hub is now available to order Smart home control panel on the wall

Smart home control panel on the wall

Amazon announced the new Echo Hub last autumn. At first glance, this appears to be an Echo Show 8 without a speaker, as the Echo Hub is so flat that it can be mounted on the wall as a smart home control panel. It is now available to order in Germany and other European countries at a price of 199.99 euros.

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Philips Hue 5.10: Now with a new design for the iPad More overview thanks to two columns?

More overview thanks to two columns?

Yesterday evening, Philips Hue released another update to its app – and simply failed to mention the biggest new feature in the update description. On the iPad and also on Android tablets, the room overview is now displayed with two columns again. But before we get to that, let's take a look at what the app looked like before.

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Light up Philips Hue to match the Super Bowl Game synchronisation with OnSwitch Plus

Game synchronisation with OnSwitch Plus

It's finally time again on Sunday night: the 2024 Super Bowl is on. The Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas. If you're watching the sporting spectacle on your TV, you can create an even more impressive atmosphere with your Philips Hue lamps. All you need is an app.

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The stage is set for brighter GU10 spotlights from Philips Hue Better technology in the MR16 lights

Better technology in the MR16 lights

It's been a few years since Philips Hue improved the GU10 spotlights. Back then, they became more compact, displayed better colours and were also slightly brighter. Currently, Philips Hue spots with a GU10 base deliver a maximum brightness of 350 lumens at 4,000 Kelvin. One small exception is the Hue White GU10 spotlight, which delivers an impressive 400 lumens at 2,700 Kelvin.

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Philips Hue Dymera: Impressions of the new wall light Equipped with multi-source-light

Equipped with multi-source-light

The Philips Hue Dymera, a new wall light for indoor and outdoor use, will be launched this month. With a price tag of €219.99, it's once again no cheap buy, but that's why I'd like to provide you with a few more details about the new product today. For once, however, this is not a real test, because in the short time available I have not found a place on or in the house where I can actually mount the Hue Dymera on the wall.

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The Dymera shows the way: Combining two light sources as one lamp The new integration in detail

The new integration in detail

In February, Philips Hue is launching the Hue Dymera, a new wall light that is suitable for indoor and outdoor use. It will cost €219.99 and is therefore significantly more expensive than the Hue Appear or Hue Resonate, for example. However, we won't be talking about the price and other details of the Hue Dymera today.

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Review of the Philips Hue Secure floodlight camera These are my first impressions

These are my first impressions

Philips Hue announced the Hue Secure Floodlight Camera last year. As planned, the official launch has now taken place and the outdoor light with integrated camera can now be ordered. At 349.99 euros, the Hue Secure Floodlight Camera is certainly no bargain – and that's exactly why I'd like to provide you with my first impressions and an opinion.

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Multi-Source Light technology: How Hue combines multiple light sources For the first time with the new Hue Dymera

For the first time with the new Hue Dymera

On Tuesday, Philips Hue unveiled some smaller innovations for the start of 2024. These include the Philips Hue Dymera wall light, designed for indoor and outdoor use, which can shine upwards and downwards in different colours. Philips Hue advertises this feature as “Multi-Source Light Technology” – a pretty impressive name for a feature that we already know from the Philips Hue Ensis, for example.

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