Philips Hue series of lamps 2020 road map exposure: Nyro and other new products debuted

Philips began paving the way with the Hue range of smart bulbs before the Concept of the Internet of Things and Smart Home took shape. While Hue remains a leader in this field, the challenges it faces are even more intense. At next month’s CES 2020, Philips is expected to launch a new range of indoor/outdoor lighting solutions to increase market competitiveness.

Philips Hue series of lamps 2020 road map exposure: Nyro and other new products debuted

Philips Hue series of lamps 2020 road map exposure: Nyro and other new products debuted

Philips Hue series of lamps 2020 road map exposure: Nyro and other new products debuted

Philips Hue series of lamps 2020 road map exposure: Nyro and other new products debuted

Philips Hue series of lamps 2020 road map exposure: Nyro and other new products debuted

According to philips 2020 roadmap, which has been exposed bymedia, many new products will be introduced while upgrading existing products. The most notable of these is the “Nyro”, an angle lamp that can be fixed to a wall or placed outside as an aisle light. In addition, two new lamps, Resonate and Appear, are presented in the roadmap, two wall lamps, up and down. Daylo is a round wall lamp with a diameter of 22 cm.

Philips will also upgrade existing lighting products, such as the Lily XL, which is bigger and brighter than last year’s version, according to a roadmap obtained bymedia Hueblog. The new Impress wall lamps may be the same size, but the new feature for the 2020 model is the use of outdoor cables, so there is no need to install a fixed power supply on the wall.

Philips Hue series of lamps 2020 road map exposure: Nyro and other new products debuted

Philips Hue series of lamps 2020 road map exposure: Nyro and other new products debuted

Philips Hue series of lamps 2020 road map exposure: Nyro and other new products debuted

These new Hue lamps are available in several versions, including white and mixed colors, and are expected to be available in the spring of 2020.

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