Signify, which is the parent company of Philips Hue, has just announced two new lights that will be available this fall. There's the Philips Hue Play and the Philips Hue Signe lamps. The Philips Hue Play is a compact lamp, according to Signify. It is also very versatile, and you can position it in a variety of ways, so you can get the angle you want. It's a light bar that you could put behind your TV to light up the area behind it, or use it elsewhere. It works really well on the floor or on a bookcase for accent lighting as well. Signify offers this in black and white, so it can fit your interior and taste very easily.
Now the Philips Hue Signe Lamps are designed to create an indirect lighting effect in white and color ambiance light. This is going to allow users to paint their walls with light, and really come out with some great looking colors in their home. The Signe can be used to accent a special feature int he room, and also brightening up a dark space. You can also sync the Signe lamp with your Hue Sync app, and connect them with your other Philips Hue lights in your home.
As far as pricing and availability goes, the Philips Hue Play is going to be available in Europe and North America. It will start in Europe in mid-October (with pre-orders starting in select countries on August 20), while North America will get the Play beginning at the end of October. It will cost $69.95 for a single pack or $129.95 for a double, the prices are the same in Euros as well. The Philips Hue Signe will also be available in Europe and North America, and that will start in September. Signify is only announcing European prices at this point. But the table lamp light model is going to cost €169 and the floor lamp light will be €269.