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Philips Hue launches its first Bluetooth smart lights, no bridge required

[2019-06-27 13:00:09]

Philips Hue smart lights have been among the most consumer friendly smart home upgrades on the market for years, and today a new addition to the connected bulb lineup is making the upgrade even easier. Signify is officially announcing Philips Hue with Bluetooth, all-new smart lights that don’t require a bridge for setup. The post Philips Hue launches its first Bluetooth smart lights, no bridge required appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Philips Hue launches its first Bluetooth smart lights, no bridge required


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