Philips has announced the latest addition to their Hue lighting ecosystem, the Philips Hue Go. The Hue Go is a Wi-Fi connected light, much like the company’s existing Hue lighting, but adds the ability to take the light with you wherever you go.
The Hue Go is powered by a rechargeable internal battery that can last up to six hours before requiring a charge. The Go’s spherical design offers both functional and mood lighting, allowing you to use it as direct lighting, indirect lighting shining against a wall, or even acting as a centerpiece.
The Hue Go offers more than 16 million color options, and can be customized via your iPhone with various settings, including geofencing, program timers, and what Philips calls “light recipes,” which help you read, relax, or energize.
The Hue Go is fully compatible with existing Hue hardware, and more than 300 third-party apps.
Philips says the Hue Go will be available in the United States by the end of May or early June for $99.95 at your local Apple Store, Best Buy, and online at Amazon.com. Personalized lighting is already available via the Hue Lux bulb, available in a starter kit, and also as single bulbs.
For more information, visit the Philips Hue website.