Last week I already gave you the first information about the Phoscon Hive from Dresden-Elektronik. In the meantime, I have been able to try out the small battery-operated table lamp myself and am particularly impressed by the operating concept. Of course I would like to share my impressions with you. The Phoscon Hive can be bought directly from Amazon in many countries and costs 59.95 euros there.
Dresden-Elektronik has introduced the Phoscon Hive, a new battery-operated table lamp that can also be coupled with the Philips Hue Bridge thanks to its ZigBee connection. Even though Philips Hue already has two products of this kind in its catalogue with the two Go models, we want to take a first look at the Phoscon Hive, which costs 59.99 euros.
Today I would like to share with you a look at the new Philips Hue Gradient Signe table lamp, which is not so new at all. Last autumn, Philips Hue already brought a corresponding solution onto the market, at that time still quite plain in the colours white and black. A little more than half a year later, a third alternative has been added: The Philips Hue Gradient Signe is now also available in white with an oak base.
Perhaps you have already noticed: Today is the longest day of the year. It's also clear that the days are getting shorter again and lighting is needed on the terrace or balcony in the evening. Philips Hue has presented a potential candidate today: The portable table lamp from the Hue Go series.
Almost exactly one month ago I introduced you to the large Hue Gradient Signe floor lamp, today I would like to take a look at the small model together with you. How does the Philips Hue Gradient Signe table lamp perform in everyday life and what are the changes compared to the previous model?
Do you still have a Philips Hue White and Color Ambiance with E27 socket left and don't know what to do with it? Then I have a suggestion for your next visit to IKEA: How about the Fado table lamp?