Philips Unveils The Hue Go Wireless Light
Ryan Leiserowitz / 2 years ago
Hot on the tails of the Hue programmable RGB LED lights by Philips the company has now pulled the veils off of the Hue Go. The Hue Go is a semi-translucent half of a sphere that can be used as an accent light or something that one can carry with them.
The Philips Hue lights can be controlled by an app on your smartphone or tablet, and that will allow you to change the color of the light. The Hue Go allows the user to control the color output to one of five presets, from ones like a cozy candle or to “Night Adventure”. If you don’t have your phone or tablet handy you can easily change the preset with a switch on the Go itself. The Go would likely be a great option for parents that have a child that is afraid of the dark, or even for adults who like a little light at night. The Hue Go will be available from Apple stores, Amazon, and Best Buy among others by the end of May and should be $100.