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Philips Hue reveals new "Signe" and "Play" collections to brighten up the entertainment area



Due to the latest disclosure of Philips Hue's latest fixtures, the lighting company announced two new collections that will be available for purchase in October: "Hue Signe" and "Hue Play". While still providing all the expected features of Hue Light – including HomeKit support – the new products have unique hardware buildings and aim to improve the entertainment areas.

Hue White and Color Ambiance Signe Collection is a thin luminaire with a solid base that comes in a floor light (standing approximately 59 inches high) and table lamp (just over 24 inches high). Signe is designed to be placed around an entertainment area and faces a wall, with indirect lighting reflection that reaches "up to the ceiling", according to the company.


This means that two Signe lights adjacent to a television can also provide bias lighting while watching a movie or playing a video game. Because the collection supports Hue White and Color Ambiance, you can choose between 16 million colors and 50,000 shades of white light to brighten up your room.

Signe does not support multi-zone lighting so you can only send one color from one lamp at a time, but the company notes that with multiple Signe lights set up in a room you will be able to mix and match colors from multiple sources .


Signe Table Light will cost $ 159.99 and Signe Floor Light will cost $ 249.99. Both luminaires will be available for pre-order at the beginning of September and then start in early October.

Secondly, Philips Hue has revealed the Hue Play Collection, which is also aimed at family rooms and entertainment areas. The company describes Hue Play as a "light bar" that can be placed in an entertainment center, mounted behind a TV, or simply laid on the floor to add lighting at some spaces.

Three light bars can be connected to the power source that comes in the base of the luminaire, as Philips Hue says was an attempt to reduce the amount of power outlets needed for the lights behind the entertainment center.


In these layouts, Hue Play can be placed vertically and horizontally, giving even more opportunities for bias lighting behind a TV and path lighting in the hallway. Hue Play measures 9 inches in length.

There are two sets that will be available for Hue Play: a single set of luminaires for $ 69.99 and a dual set of twin luminaires for $ 129.99. Pre-orders to Hue Play will go up in mid-September, and then the collection will start in mid-October.

If you buy one of these kits, Philips Hue will also sell a Hue Play extension of $ 59.99. It's simply another lightning line at a slightly reduced price that you can add to your existing setup by plugging it into the base set source.


Like previous Philips Hue products, Hue Signe and Hue Play can be incorporated into your existing HomeKit ecosystem so you can control the luminaires with Siri, automate them to turn on and off at certain times. times of day and add them to your favorite HomeKit scenes. Philips recently redesigned iOS app will also give full control of light color, scenes, rooms, automation and more for Signe and Play.

Today is the day when a number of new Philips Hue lamps and fixtures are launched on the company's website. These include Adore Vanity Mirror, Adore Ceiling Light, Being Pendant, and Enchant Pendant Light. Anyone wishing to expand their outdoor area with smart lighting can also pre-order the Hue Outdoor Lightstrip beginning today, before a retail start in early October.


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