Over the last couple of years, the Philips Hue indoor smart home lighting system has become very popular. So Philips recently announced that coming this summer they’re taking on the great outdoors with a new line of exterior lights. The Philips Hue outdoor range smart lighting system takes all the great indoor lighting system controls and brings them to the exterior of your home.
What will be available and when?
All of the new outdoor friendly products will work with existing Hue systems and the Hue app. The new lineup will include spotlights, pathway lights, and wall mounted luminaires. Prices start at $279.99 for the Philips Hue Lily spotlight system and $129.99 for the Calla pathway lights. Both feature color ambiance bulbs, allowing you to choose from 16 million different colors available via the Philips Hue app. The Philips Hue white range which includes the Lucca, Tuar, Turaco, and Ludere, will start at $49.99. And according to their news release, the new products will be available in the United States in July.
Phillips is hosting a press conference about its outdoor lights on Monday, March 19th and we should know more then.
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I still have my original Ambilight TV from over ten years ago running like new. Fair play to Philips their stuff lasts so I expect these to be the same.