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My review: Philips Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip The new light strip for the TV screen

The new light strip for the TV screen

Since I first came into contact with an Ambilight TV in 2010, I wouldn’t want to be without the technology. Unfortunately, true Ambilight is only available on Philips TVs – but with the Gradient Lightstrip, Philips Hue now has its own retrofit solution in its portfolio. In this review I would like to tell you about my experiences with the Philips Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip.

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Philips Hue Iris: Old and new generation in face-to-face comparison These are the differences

These are the differences

This week Signify introduced a new generation of Philips Hue Iris. The mood light is a true icon and was introduced almost 10 years ago as the LivingColors model, almost as long ago the Iris is also available as a Hue model. Unfortunately, the Hue Iris was in the shadow of the Hue Go for quite a long time, which has found many fans in recent years.

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Review: New E27 lamps from Icasa with spiral filament LEDs Highly recommended thanks to White Ambiance and great design

Highly recommended thanks to White Ambiance and great design

Although I suspect that something will happen soon in this direction, Philips Hue has not yet managed to equip a filament lamp with White Ambiance technology. Up to now, the original Philips Hue filament lamps have a fixed colour temperature of 2,100 Kelvin. Fortunately, there are third-party suppliers who, thanks to the ZigBee standard, offer lamps compatible with the Hue Bridge that can do just that.

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First impression of the new Nanoleaf Shapes: improved in almost all points New Hexagons can convince

New Hexagons can convince

We pre-ordered them a few months ago, they arrived in July and could not be installed at first: The controller of our new Nanoleaf Shapes was broken. In the end, the replacement of the defective part via the Nanoleaf support went without any problems and with a little delay we could finally try the Hexagons.

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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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Yeelight Candela: Smart candle as an alternative to the Hue Go Classic design with modern technology

Classic design with modern technology

Last week, the colleagues from Lampenwelt.de approached me and offered me to try a portable LED light with rechargeable battery. Of course I didn’t let them tell me twice and decided to try the Yeelight Candela, which can also be controlled via an app thanks to Bluetooth. The table lamp is approximately 19.5 centimetres high and about 7.5 centimetres wide.

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My review of the Philips Hue Centris ceiling spotlight Expensive, colourful and quite bright

Expensive, colourful and quite bright

Just over a month ago, Philips Hue introduced the Centris, its first ceiling spotlight. And rarely have opinions on a Hue product diverged as widely as on this new release. Some Hue users were immediately fascinated, others were put off by the price and still others found the design simply ugly.

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Detailed review with video: This is the new Innr Outdoor LightStrip A comprehensive look at the OFL 140 C

A comprehensive look at the OFL 140 C

Last week, I was able to take a look at the new Innr Outdoor Spots OSL 130 C. Today, I will take a look at the OFL 140 C, the Outdoor Flex Light from Innr. Or in short: the first real alternative to the well-known Philips Hue Outdoor LightStrip.

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Kitchen lighting with Philips Hue: Tint Alba in detail LED under-cabinet luminaire presented

LED under-cabinet luminaire presented

Today I want to ask a simple question and discuss it with you: How do you illuminate your kitchen? The worktop, to be precise. In my home I use a Philips Hue LightStrip Plus for this purpose, which is mounted in a small profile. I introduced it to you a few years ago.

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