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Bleeding Edge TV 555: Philips Hue Go review

The Philips Hue Go personal wireless light might be the coolest lighting accessory I've ever used. As you can see in the video, it looks like a cereal bowl that's been filled with light that you can carry around with you. You can turn on the natural dynamic effects feature for a living light color show, or set it to one of 16 million different colors of light with a 300 lumen light output. It's controllable with the Hue Light app for iOS and Android, but also has a button on the back that allows you to cycle through a bunch of different colors without the need for a smartphone or tablet.

The only downside is that you do need to have a Philips Hue Starter Kit or Hue Bridge in order to use it to its full potential, so if you don't already have a Hue system set up, that will set you back an extra $50 or so. Still, it's a great lighting accessory.

You can pick up the Philips Hue Go now!

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Aqua Sounders Waterproof Speakers

Aqua SoundersAqua Sounders are waterproof, wireless, floating speakers for your pool, jacuzzi or bathtub that have Ultra Bright LED Mood lights to make the experience more than just your average dip in the water. Listen to up to 10 hours of music with battery power (not included) with a 150 ft. listening range. Add up to 10 more speakers to share the music (also sold separately) all over your yard. Each carries a MSRP of $149.95.

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Reflect Your Moods with Mirror Tiles

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Household, Misc. Tech

Mood-Light Tiles

Now that someone has discovered a way to reflect moods in furniture, along comes Generate’s ultra-bright LED light matrix with an RF Mood-Light Reflector program. The 19.7 x 19.7 x 3.75-inch panels look like ordinary mirrors, but turn them on and you can display random colors, rainbow sequences, gradually changing hues with pulsations, or preprogrammed mood sequences with red, blue and green light. Each panel will set you back $600.00, the remote goes for $45.00 (which runs up to four panels,) and the power supply is $279.00. We think we would program the tiles to show how we see red after adding up the exorbitant price tag.

 

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