We knew that the Philips Hue outdoor range was coming - we were told as much in January at CES - and now we've got the juicy price and spec details, along with the names of the outdoor lights that will be hitting United States stores in the summer.
Philips teased back in January that it would be launching outdoor Hue lights later in the year, and it has now provided details of the products - including pricing and availability.
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Philips have created lots of styles and designs to suit your garden.
Like their indoor counterparts, these Hue products are a tad on the pricey side but offer a range of features not available on traditional lighting products. A new unique spotlight, the Philips Hue Lily, can be used to highlight the key design features in your garden, illuminating attractive flower beds, or potted plants by choosing from the 16 million colors available via the Philips Hue app. The colorful wall-mountable Lily spotlight and Calla pedestal lamp will each let you set them to one of 16 million different colors, while the Lucca, Tuar, Ludere and Turaco will offer only white shades. Philips Hue Calla Alternatively, the Philips Hue Calla is ideal for path lighting and can also be used to enhance your outdoor space.
Alternatively, you can switch them on and off using the app, or set a schedule.More news: Ford Mustang California Special Gets Updates Inside and Out
Philips Hue products are going outside. We'll update with news of localised pricing for the United Kingdom and Australia once they become available. That puts the Lily and Calla at $280/€299 and $130/€140 respectively, while the US-exclusive Hue White lamps will be priced from $50. Products in this range are named Lucca, Tuar, Turaco and Ludere (United States only) and retail prices will start from Dollars 49.99 /EUR 69.99.
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