Philips introduces its first outdoor Hue lights

Philips Hue is a prevalent shrewd home lighting framework, so it wouldn’t have been long until the organization reached out to the outside. Today, Philips reported its new open air run, which broadens the light framework’s savvy highlights from inside the home to its outside.

The items work flawlessly with existing Hue frameworks, much the same as any indoor lights. The lights come in white and also white and shading feeling. The Philips Hue Lily ($279.99) is another spotlight framework that you can use to feature your garden, while the Calla (beginning at $129.99) is intended for way lighting. Different items in the open air run are called Lucca, Tuar, Turaco and Ludere and will begin at $49.99. Phillips is facilitating a public interview about its outside lights on Monday, March nineteenth. Probably, we’ll have more data on items accessibility by then.