Deal: Philips Hue Go Smart Table Lamp 21% Off - Prime Day 2018

The Philips Hue Go smart table lamp remains one of the world's most popular smart home gadgets, and it has just been treated to another time-limited discount as part of Amazon's Prime Day 2018. For the duration of the new sale, the device can be purchased for just $62.99, 21-percent or $17 down its regular price. The only other time this product was offered for cheaper was during last year's Black Friday but the difference between the two price points is minuscule, so if you're on the lookout for some smart lighting to place into your home, the Philips Hue Go smart table lamp is the way to go.

The gadget is compatible with both Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa, meaning you can control it by simply speaking to your voice-enabled device of choice. Naturally, it also plays nicely with the rest of Philips's Internet-connected lighting portfolio, thus being a perfect way for you to expand your home setup. The lamp is highly portable and rechargeable, having been designed for up to three hours of use on a single charge. Naturally, you can turn it on and off just like a regular lamp, using a physical button on its body, but what's the point of buying a lamp that your smartphone can't control when you tell it to? This is 2018, after all.

With the ability to display 16 million colors and shades of white light. the Philips Hue Go smart table lamp is a great addition to any household, which also makes it an excellent gift, especially with this deep price cut. Just don't count on it being discounted or even in stock past midnight PST and follow the banner below to get it while you still can during today's shopping craze.

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