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Philips Hue just can’t stop announcing new gadgets lately. Today, the company announced the Signe and Play lamps, both of which project vast swaths of color onto your walls.
First up, there’s the Signe series, shown above. These are a pair of lamps with a simple stick design that projects a large patch of light onto the wall. It comes in either a 24″ table lamp ($160) or 59″ floor lamp ($250) style. Both feature a small base and a thin strip that looks modern without taking attention away from your now-colorful walls.
Next, there’s the Play. This is a small light strip that you place on a flat surface and point towards a wall. Like Philip’s other color lights, you can choose from over 16 million colors to project onto the wall. The Play starts at $70 for a single lamp, or you’ll be able to buy a two-pack for $130.
All of the new lights work with the Philips Hue Sync App for Windows or Mac that syncs your shows to your lights to blend in more naturally with what you’re watching. Both lines will be available for pre-order in September (the Signe will be up for pre-order a little earlier than the Play) and will ship in October. Just in time for you to project spooky lights all over your home.
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