Sylvania has been on a roll expanding their HomeKit lineup with several different products. Recently, I took some time to test out their multi-color LED light strip, as well as their affordable white LED bulb. Check out our review!
The Nanoleaf Aurora is one of my favorite HomeKit accessories. At CES 2018, they’ve announced a pair of new products, that are both seriously cool. The 12-sided HomeKit remote, as well as the touch-sensitive square LED tiles.
The Nanoleaf Aurora is a collection of triangular LED panels that you can arrange into any shape you can think of. Check out our hands-on video review to see the different animations and color schemes for yourself.
The iDevices HomeKit Wall Switch fixes one of the crucial issue with many smart homes. Not only does it fix a glaring issue, it comes with enough bells and whistles to make it the best HomeKit wall switch on the market.
Philips’ iPhone-connected Hue lighting system has come a long way since we first reviewed it in 2012. The company has added a number of products to the lineup over the years, including LightStrips, Bloom bulbs, and bulbs for recessed lighting installs. And today, it’s expanding the line even more.
This morning, Philips announced three new upcoming Hue products. The first is known as the ‘hue lux,’ a bulb that can only emit white light, the second is the ‘hue tap,’ which allows you to control the Hue system without the iPhone app, and the third is luminaires, a set of high-end 3D light fixtures…
We’re huge fans of Philips’ line of Hue lightbulbs here at iDB. The iPhone-controlled LED bulbs are completely customizable, allowing you to dynamically change the colors and lighting of a room via the easy-to-use companion app.
Currently, Hue offerings are limited to the $199 starter pack—which includes 3 LED bulbs and a Wi-Fi bridge—and additional 50W LED bulbs. But it looks like Philips is looking to expand the line with LightStrips and Bloom bulbs…
Well, first of all, there are three lightbulbs included with the package, not just one.
Secondly, these aren’t your parent’s lightbulbs.
Lastly, yes, I’m a little crazy when it comes to tech.
Indeed, the Hue personal wireless lighting starter kit from Philips is expensive; we’ve established that both here and here already. But disregard the price for a minute, and check out our full video review inside to see exactly how these bulbs work…