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Show your Hue: This LED Christmas tree creates a festive atmosphere Equipped with a Hue Smart Plug

Equipped with a Hue Smart Plug

Hueblog reader Marius sent me some photos of his latest DIY project over the weekend and I was definitely impressed. Today I would like to present you his LED Christmas tree and get your creative vein going a little bit. Until Christmas Eve there is still a little time to be creative yourself.

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Signify is working on new LightStrips with three different lengths New documents have appeared at FCC

New documents have appeared at FCC

Only about one and a half months ago, Philips Hue introduced the fourth generation of the Philips Hue LightStrip Plus – with rather few changes. Apart from the possibility of reconnecting cut pieces with a connector, the light strip itself has remained unchanged – to the displeasure of many Hue users who were looking forward to more new technology.

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Giderwel LightStrip: Smart light with ZigBee and USB power supply for 28,99 Euro Compatible with the Philips Hue Bridge

Compatible with the Philips Hue Bridge

In my search for new ZigBee products that can be connected with the Philips Hue Bridge, I came across a Giderwel light strip a few days ago. The LightStrip, which is just under two meters long, costs just 28.99 euros – only about half of what you paid for the Philips Hue LightStrip Plus in good times.

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Cololight Strip with individually controlled LEDs: Better than the LightStrip Plus? Available from August

Available from August

One thing we want so much for the Philips Hue LightStrip Plus: That it can display more than one color at a time. Unfortunately, Signify has not fulfilled this wish with the new generation of the LightStrip – but at least we can now reconnect cut-off parts with the LightStrip Plus.

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Innr Flex Light: First impressions of the new light strip Some advantages over the Hue-original

Some advantages over the Hue-original

At the beginning of the month I could announce that Innr will launch a new light strip. The Innr Flex Light for indoor use will be available in three different versions until the end of July, I could already get a first impression. The following three models are available: Innr Flex Light 120 C with 2 meters length and plug for 49,99 Euro Innr Flex Light 140 C with 4 meters length and plug for 69,99 Euro Innr Flex Light 140 C /LD with 2 meters length and LED driver without plug for 69,99 Euro Compared to the previous Innr Flex Light, there is one major difference in addition to the new, shorter version: The old light strip with a length of four meters had two “ends” and could be connected to the controller with both ends after cutting through.

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Innr announces three new indoor LightStrips with improvements Brighter, better white and more robust

Brighter, better white and more robust

The Dutch manufacturer Innr, which we now know very well, today presented three new versions of its LightStrip. The new LightStrip is available in two different lengths and can of course still be coupled and controlled via ZigBee with the Philips Hue Bridge. As usual with third-party products, we only have to do without Apple HomeKit and Hue Entertainment.

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New LightStrip Plus in detail: Cut parts can be joined again Feeder clamp included in the basic set

Feeder clamp included in the basic set

It was announced earlier this year that Philips Hue is working on a new LightStrip Plus. Not surprisingly, since the absolute bestseller from the Hue portfolio is one of the few products that has not received a Bluetooth update.

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