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Philips Hue has added another exciting piece of hardware to their lineup.
The Hue Play HDMI Sync Box now allows users to plug in all their favorite media devices into one box that will then connect to their TV and synchronize their lights to the colors on the screen.
At this years Apple September Event, also known as the iPhone event; Tim Cook skipped over his usual update on how the company is doing, and jumped straight into things. Apple Arcade We start with an update and demo for Apple Arcade, which is their subscription service for gaming on iOS, macOS, and tvOS….
Sonos has added some exciting new hardware to their lineup. For the first time Sonos has a fully wireless speaker, with a 10hr battery and bluetooth/Wifi connectivity. The Sonos Move will be available September 24th for $399.
The Sonos One SL is a microphone-free version of the popular Sonos One speaker. It will retain AirPlay 2 and will be on sale for $179 starting September 12th.
The Sonos Port allows you to gain the Sonos ecosystem and accessibility to all of your existing audio equipment. At $399, it will turn any sound setup into a Sonos connected one. Also available September 12th.
Philips Hue has updated their 2019 fall lineup with some new styles and devices.
They have created vintage Filament style bulbs for the warm cozy look.
There is now also a Hue Smart Plug and even a Hue Smart Button to connect with your Hue devices.
Philips Hue has updated their GU10 Color bulbs to be brighter, more efficient, smaller, have Bluetooth and have richer colors.