Let's light up the night! Stay up to date on all the latest Philips Hue anouncements from CES in Las Vegas.
New: plug-and-play outdoor lights
Worrying about wiring? Well, you’ve just hit the jackpot! With these new low-voltage outdoor light fixtures, you can simply plug in and light up your outdoor spaces with colorful LED smart light.
A larger, more powerful spot light
A fan favorite now available in low voltage
The traditional path light in a new size
Choose how you power your setup
Mood lighting made for the outdoors
When we say that Philips Hue offers endless possibilities with light, we mean it — but we’re always looking to up the ante. This year at CES, we’re going all in with new outdoor collections offering the full range of color LED light.
A ring of light for your outdoors
Downward light for subtle effects
Angled beams of up-and-down light
Unique glass fixture provides arc of light
Sharp, clean triangles of light
Watch us light up the night
Get a first-hand look at our new outdoor lights in action — and how they can set the perfect mood for any occasion, add style to your space, and bring your yard to life!
New features for the sync box
Control with your voice
Turn the sync box on and off, switch HDMI inputs, start and stop light syncing, and more using only your voice and Amazon Alexa, the Google Assistant, or Siri with a future sync box update.
Control with your TV remote
Use any infrared TV remote to control your sync box in a future update. After a simple setup in the Hue Sync mobile app, your remote can turn the sync box on and off, switch HDMI inputs, and more.
Expanded Zones control
Control the Zones you create in the Hue app with your accessories, such as a motion sensor or dimmer switch, and easily check their battery levels in the app.
New smart switches
We’re introducing new partners to give you even more options when outfitting your house with Philips Hue. Voltus, Jung and Insta Group provide a variety of smart switches in different designs to complement any home.
*When a bulb displays "Up to" a certain number of lumens in its specifications, it displays the maximum lumen output of the bulb. It shows how bright the bulb can get at 2700 K (White bulbs) or 4000 K (White ambiance or White and color ambiance bulbs). Learn more about brightness.