Phillips has introduced a new color-changing smart light to the Hue family called Philips Hue Go, this summer and with a built-in, rechargeable battery, we will be able to take it around with us.
Philips Hue Go is in a shape of a hemisphere.
According to CNET, Hue Go connects wirelessly with the Philips Hue bridge over Zigbee, with controls situated in the Philips Hue app on our Android or iOS device. We will also be able to integrate it with third-party apps and devices built to work with Hue, including IFTTT.
Philips claims that the Hue Go will shine for at least three hours, more if the brightness is not at its highest level.
The Philips Hue Go has a full RGB spectrum of colors to choose from, along with a separate spectrum of white light tones ranging from 2,000K to 6,500K. When plugged in, the Hue Go's LEDs draw just 6 watts and claim to put out 300 lumens at peak brightness.
The Philips Hue Go is expected to sell on Amazon and at Best Buy and the Apple Store by early June. It will retail for USD 100 when it makes its debut.