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Philips Hue Expanding its Lighting Lineup With Perifo track lighting, Tap dial switch, and more

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Signify has announced the latest expansion in Philips Hue products. The smart home lighting lineup is getting even bigger with the addition of Perifo track lighting, Philips Hue Tap dial switch, and a portable, compact Hue Go lamp.

The Philips Hue Perifo track lighting is made up of individual rails, enabling users to customize the length. Philips Hue enables users to the layout and length of the track and what lights to include in order to create a setup that compliments their home. The Perifo track lighting can be attached to a wall or ceiling. Users can also choose whether to lean on internal wiring or use a  standard outlet. Plus, users choose whether to use Hue spotlights, pendants, light bars, or light tubes in a single track.

The pricing of the Perifo is dependent on the final configuration. It will be available later near the end of summer.

Signify is also introducing its Philips Hue Tap dial switch. This small fixture gives users more control of their smart lights around the home. The unit is comprised of four buttons. Each button can be set to control up to three zones or scenes around the home. Users can tap a button to instantly control a zone. Additionally, the Tap dial switch enables dimming functionality.

The Philips Hue Tap dial switch is available in a matte black or white model. It is available now for $69.99.

Finally, the company reveals a portable and compact Philips Hue Go portable table lamp. Thanks to its flexibility, users can bring this lamp with them from room to room or take it outside with them to their patio. The Philips Hue Go portable table lamp features a silicone grip and a rechargeable battery. It offers up to 48 hours of lighting and can be charged via an included charging base.

The Philips Hue Go portable table lamp will also be available later this year for $159.99 USD (roughly $207.99 CAD).

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