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Difference between the Play Gradient Lightstrip and the Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip Two lightstrips with different possibilities

Two lightstrips with different possibilities

A fortnight ago, the new Philips Hue Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip came onto the market and caused a lot of excitement, but also a lot of questions. One question in particular has reached me frequently: How does the new lightstrip differ from the Philips Hue Play Gradient Light Strip, which has been available for a year now?

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This is what the Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip looks like inside Can be shortened every 12.5 centimetres

Can be shortened every 12.5 centimetres

The new Philips Hue Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip has really inspired me personally, even though it is anything but cheap with a price of almost 150 euros for 2 metres. Regardless of whether you focus on the functionality, the workmanship or the technology – the new release is an enormous improvement in all respects compared to the Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus, which will, however, still be available.

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How the new Ambiance Gradient Light Strip is placed in the entertainment area Currently still problems with the sync

Currently still problems with the sync

In the past few days, I have received a lot of questions about the Philips Hue Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip. Everything revolved around whether the new lightstrip can also be mounted on the underside of the TV to extend the “Ambilight” to four sides in combination with the Hue Play HDMI Sync Box and the Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip.

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Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip: Review of the Philips Hue innovation No comparison to the previous light strip

No comparison to the previous light strip

After I already took a look at the new big Philips Hue Gradient Signe for you yesterday, today we continue with the next new release. I reviewed the new Philips Hue Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip for you. It is the first real light strip from Philips Hue that can display multiple colours at the same time – if we forget about the Play Gradient Lightstrip for the TV.

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Trying out the new Philips Hue Gradient Signe floor lamp Even more colours on the wall

Even more colours on the wall

After I was able to announce yesterday that Philips Hue has activated the new gradient functionality in its app, I can now finally introduce you to the first new product that can create a colour gradient: The Philips Hue Gradient Signe floor lamp. I was allowed to try out the black model for you, a white version is also available as an alternative.

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Philips Hue unlocks Gradient function without update Try it out now with the Play Gradient Lightstrip

Try it out now with the Play Gradient Lightstrip

I’ve already given you a lot of information about the new gradient function, now I can announce that it’s a done deal: It seems that Philips Hue has started to activate the new gradient function last night for all users with app version 4.4. A further update is not necessary, the activation takes place “over-the-air”.

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Brighter Philips Hue bulbs: How big is the difference? 800 versus 1100 lumens

800 versus 1100 lumens

Last week, Philips Hue introduced its new products, including brighter bulbs. The special feature of the new E27 bulbs: they can shine with up to 1,100 lumens instead of 800 lumens as before, but still have the same form factor. Moreover, they are offered at the same price, the recommended retail price for one of the new bright bulbs is 59.99 euros, the double pack is available for 99.99 euros.

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Philips Hue E14 Filament: The totally overpriced new release What was the manufacturer thinking?

What was the manufacturer thinking?

Finally, finally, Philips Hue has launched an E14 bulb in filament design, two years after the first E27 bulbs with the classic look came onto the market. So far, the new E14 candle bulb is only available as Philips Hue White Filament and costs 29.95 euros or 49.95 euros in a double pack.

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Dynamic scenes: Philips Hue is working on these improvements Speed, automations and switches

Speed, automations and switches

Just under a week ago, Philips Hue launched Dynamic Scenes. In the current version of the Hue app, you only have to select a scene from the Hue light scenes gallery to make a play button visible with which the dynamic scene can be started. So far, however, the change between the different colours is so slow that some users even think that the dynamic scenes do not work properly at all.

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This is how many colours the new Gradient products from Philips Hue can display Differences between Entertainment and Ambiance

Differences between Entertainment and Ambiance

At the weekend, I already told you how you will be able to control the new Gradient products in the Hue app. However, one question is still unanswered: How many colours exactly will you be able to set for the new products? That’s exactly what I want to explain to you today.

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