The popular Philips Hue Go wasn’t even on sale for Black Friday, but it’s discounted now
There were a bunch of different Philips Hue lightning products on sale for Black Friday and again for Cyber Monday. The sales included a number of the most popular products in the Hue line, but there was one smart light everyone loves that didn't get any discounts. Good news: that just changed. The Philips Hue Go Portable Dimmable LED Smart Light was just discounted on Amazon for the first time since mid-October, and we highly recommend that you take advantage because this smart lamp is awesome.
Here are some key details from the product page:
- Carry your own personal light show, capable of millions of colors and shades of white light, able to sync to your favorite music, movies, and games for an enhanced experience.
- With a rechargeable lithium ion battery that lasts up to three hours, unplug your Hue Go and take your lighting anywhere you want, without the hassle of installation.
- Add a Hue Bridge (sold separately) to control with the Philips Hue App. Expand your lighting system with Hue accessories (sold separately) such as a Hue Dimmer switch, Hue Tap, or Hue Motion Sensor.
- Control your light with voice using Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, or Google Assistant. Integrate your Hue lighting for convenient smart home control with Nest and Samsung SmartThings.
- This box includes one Hue Go, power adapter, manual, and two-year warranty.
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