It has been nearly seven years since the release of the first Philips Hue Go wireless light fixture. At the time, no one could have envisioned just how quickly and popular this would become. I’ve used it now for two years. In that time, it has consistently given me more light than I need, when I need it most. And I use it every day, in every room of the house and every spare moment I can get. Before I continue, I want to share my opinion about this remarkable product.
The Philips Hue Goes (BLUETOR + ZIGBEE) is perhaps the least likely product to encourage anyone to replace their current smart lighting system with it. For a lamp of its dimensions, it is extremely modern, all metal, and seemingly alien. For someone who is used to standard wall-mounted lamps, the Philips Hue Goes looks like it was designed just for the countertop. But despite its somewhat unwelcoming appearance, the Philips Hue Go packs an impressively impressive power boost.
It’s rechargeable lithium ion battery, which is incredibly easy to replace. Replacing the battery may earn you a handsome profit, as long as you buy in bulk. The brightness of your Philips Hue Go lamp may earn you rave reviews, but if it’s not producing the light you require, simply purchasing another Phillips Hue smart lighting product will remedy your problem.
The second thing I love about the Philips Hue Go is its intelligent LED technology. Rather than using the common halogen bulbs that are typically used to provide bright, comfortable illumination, the Philips Hue Goes uses the Excavator technology. This is actually what causes most of the light produced by these bulbs to leak out. In contrast, the Philips Hue Goes uses an advanced low-energy LED that produces much more light, but none of the leaking that’s characteristic of other bulbs. These LED lights also run silently, making them the perfect thing to put in any living or working space.
Philips has really pulled out all the stops with this new addition to their range of intelligent home lighting products. In addition to the built-in Bluetooth connection, the Philips Hue Goes comes with a sleek, ergonomic design and a battery life that could last you through several work periods, even when using the internet. You may earn yourself a little extra money by letting other people use your Philips Hue Go smart lighting product, especially if you let them borrow it for an entire work week.
While the Philips Hue Go’s low-energy LED bulbs are quite efficient when it comes to illuminating a room, they may not be able to sufficiently light up a large area, like a whole section of a room. The battery power for the lamp, therefore, is not sufficient to provide bright illumination when you want it to be. On the other hand, if you don’t need a bright lamp at night, then you may consider using dimmer switches or dimming the brightness until you’re comfortable with it. A third option is to just leave your Philips Hue Go plugged in while you sleep.
Like many other new Philips lamps, the Philips Hue Goes uses Ambient Light feature to create brilliant colored light that is suitable for reading or doing other activities at night. This feature creates brilliant colors that are very soothing and conducive to relaxation. What’s nice about the ambient light feature in this bulb is that you can set the levels so that different colors of light will be created, including cooler blues, warmer oranges, and richer reds.
Philips Hue Goes technology offers consumers with a unique new way to incorporate both ambient light and color into their home lighting. With its Bluetooth capability, it allows you to place your Philips Hue Go between your laptop or lap PC and your TV. That way, you can enjoy your Philips Hue Go with your Bluetooth enabled TV or receiver. Using the same technology that is found in the Philips Hue Digital light bulbs, you can use your smartphone or tablet as a display screen to view the colors or get help navigating the go. You’ll be amazed by how much more enjoyable your Philips Hue Go experience can be through the use of Philips Hue Lighting technology.