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Philips Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip for PC in review Made for gaming, not entertainment

Made for gaming, not entertainment

Last Thursday, Philips Hue presented its new products, among them an adapted version of the Philips Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip, which was previously available for TVs in sizes of 55, 65 and 75 inches. Now the identical technology is being used for smaller monitors and is aimed primarily at gamers. Among other things, this has a decisive reason, but more on that later.

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Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip also comes for larger PC screens Works with multi-display setups

Works with multi-display setups

When it was announced at the beginning of August that Philips Hue would probably offer its Play Gradient Lightstrip for PC monitors with 24 to 27 inches, the outcry was great. The community immediately complained that especially in the gaming sector, most users probably prefer larger screens. Now I can tell you: don’t worry.

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Philips Hue to launch Gradient Lightstrip for PC monitors Lightstrip for 24 - 27 inch monitors revealed

Lightstrip for 24 - 27 inch monitors revealed

It’s probably an open secret that Philips Hue will also be presenting new products around IFA in Berlin this year. One of them will be a Philips Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip for PC monitors with a size of 24 to 27 inches. A corresponding product listing including official product photos appeared today in the American online shop Best Buy.

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