Signify is making more inroads with the gaming community with its new lineup of Philips Hue Play gradient lightstrips for PC. Like the 55-inch Play Lightstrip made explicitly for TVsThe PC version of the Play LightStrips offers flexible accent lighting that attaches to the back of your monitor.
LightStrips will be available in bundle sizes for displays ranging from 24 to 27 inches ($169.99) or 32 to 34 inches ($189.99) plus an additional bundle that supports a trio of 24- to 27-inch monitors ($279.99). The new family of Play lightstrips can sync with other connected lighting in the Philips Hue ecosystem and will be available starting September 13.
Play Lightstrips for PC will be compatible with existing Hue Sync Desktop App And Philips Hue’s Play Sync can work with boxes, just like the larger LightStrips used with TVs, but they don’t require it. They’ll also connect to Corsair’s iCue lighting software. The software allows you to synchronize connected peripherals with existing lighting effects and Play LightStrips on your PC.
Smart lighting integration with gaming software is something we’ve seen before from Lifx and Nanoleaf, which have their own apps that connect to Razer’s Synapse software and provide similar functionality. Corsair also has its own existing family of lighting accessories, including LightStrips for your PC monitor. However, if you’re someone who already has a home full of lighting accessories in the Philips Hue ecosystem, the Play Lightstrips might be worth checking out.
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