Philips hue: the ‘world’s smartest’ LED lightbulb that saves you time during Red Alerts

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Historically, altering the lighting color of a room required draping a gossamer-thin cloth over a lamp or buying a new bulb from the store. Philips has sought to solve that most taxing of first-world problems with the hue, a smartphone-controlled LED bulb that can cycle through shades at your whim. As well as block colors, you can use photos to create palette and can control the units even when away from home. It’ll be an Apple Store exclusive from October 30th, with individual units setting you back $59 (£49, €59) and three-bulb introduction pack with a wireless bridge for $199 (£179, €199). If that seems a little steep, just console yourself in the knowledge that it’s a thousand times more useful than other lighting devices we’ve seen this year. Continue reading Philips hue: the ‘world’s smartest’ LED lightbulb that saves you time during Red Alerts Filed under: Misc , Wireless Philips hue: the ‘world’s smartest’ LED lightbulb that saves you time during Red Alerts originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 29 Oct 2012 10:36:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink    |   |  Email this  |  Comments

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Philips hue: the ‘world’s smartest’ LED lightbulb that saves you time during Red Alerts

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