Signify is making additional inroads with the gaming group with its new lineup of Philips Hue Play gradient lightstrips for PCs. Much like the 55-inch Play lightstrip explicitly made for TVs, the PC variations of the Play lightstrips present versatile accent lighting that attaches to the again of your monitor.
The lightstrips will probably be accessible in bundles sized for shows starting from 24 to 27 inches ($169.99) or 32 to 34 inches ($189.99) and an extra bundle that helps a trio of 24 to 27-inch displays ($279.99). The brand new household of Play lightstrips can sync with different linked lighting within the Philips Hue ecosystem and will probably be accessible beginning September thirteenth.
The Play lightstrips for PC will probably be appropriate with the prevailing Hue Sync desktop app and may work with the Play Sync field from Philips Hue, similar to the bigger lightstrips used with TVs, however they don’t require it. They may even join with Corsair’s iCue lighting software program. The software program means that you can synchronize present lighting results in your PC and linked peripherals with the Play lightstrips.
Sensible lighting integration with gaming software program is one thing we’ve seen earlier than from Lifx and Nanoleaf, which have their very own apps that join with Razer’s Synapse software program and supply related performance. Corsair even has its personal present household of lighting equipment, together with lightstrips in your PC monitor. Nevertheless, in the event you’re somebody that already has a home stuffed with lighting equipment within the Philips Hue ecosystem, the Play lightstrips may very well be value trying out.