Philips Hue Tap Switch

Philips Hue Tap Switch
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39 Tests

Nov 2022

alaTest hat 39 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für Philips Hue Tap Switch zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 3.9/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 4.5/5 für andere Produkte. Am positivsten ist den Testern die Bedienbarkeit aufgefallen. Auch das Design wird gelobt.

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Im Durchschnitt haben Anwender dieses Produkt mit 78/100 und Experten mit 77/100 bewertet.

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Expertenbewertung von : Ry Crist (cnet.com)

Philips Hue Tap review

 

Color-changing smart bulbs are bundles of fun, but it isn't always practical to fish your phone out of your pocket in order to control them. Therein lies the appeal of the newest Philips Hue accessory, the Hue Tap. Stick it up on the wall next to the...

The easy-to-use Philips Hue Tap brings practical convenience to existing smart lighting setups. Its wireless, kinetic-powered design needs no battery or electricity, which is beyond cool.

The buttons require a little too much oomph in order to trigger your lights. Also, the lack of IFTTT integration seems like a huge missed opportunity.

We wish it cost a little less, but if you've already got Philips Hue LEDs or HomeKit gadgets in your home, then adding the Tap to your setup makes a lot of sense.

Aug 2018

Expertenbewertung von : Alex Colon (pcmag.com)

Philips Hue tap Switch Review

 

Connected lighting is nice, but sometimes I miss the simple power switch. Sure, geofencing can automatically turn your lights on as you pull into the driveway, but it can't quickly shut them all off right before you hop into bed. Philips has remedied...

No power source required. Convenient. Programmable. Simple setup.

Expensive. Doesn't replace existing light switch.

The Philips Hue tap Switch is pricey, but it's a worthwhile addition to any home that uses Hue connected lighting.

Aug 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Ry Crist (cnet.com)

Smart lighting control is just a tap away

 

The Philips Hue Tap is the world's first kinetic-powered, Web-enabled light switch

Mär 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Stuart Miles (pocket-lint.com)

Philips Hue Tap review

 

The Philips Hue lighting system is expanding at a fast rate, but having to get your phone out of your pocket (or even in some cases just finding it) to control your lights can be a pain. If you've got a Philips Hue system then getting the Philips Hue...

Control four different light recipes, no battery required, easy to setup and install,

The kerplunk action won't be to everyone's liking, only comes in white, not cheap

If you've got a Philips Hue system then getting the Philips Hue Tap is a no brainer. The only questionable downside is its £50 price tag.

Aug 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Britta O'Boyle (pocket-lint.com)

Philips Hue Tap pictures and hands-on - Pocket-lint

 

Philips has announced a couple of new additions to its Hue line up of connected light bulbs, including a new white-only bulb - the Hue Lux - as well as

Mär 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Chris Davies (slashgear.com)

Philips Hue Tap Review: Smart bulbs go old-school

 

Philips' hue smart lightbulbs have always been at the mercy of a dumb switch. The range of color-changing LED bulbs have won over many smart home enthusiasts with their flexible effects and easy installation, but while controlling lighting from a...

On the face of it, $60 is a lot to pay for a light switch, particularly when all the same functionality and more is offered in a free app. Then again, hue was never designed to be the cheapest lighting system, and trying to squeeze more features into...

Aug 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Ry Crist (cnet.co.uk)

Philips Hue Tap review

 

Color-changing smart bulbs are bundles of fun, but it isn't always practical to fish your phone out of your pocket in order to control them. Therein lies the appeal of the newest Philips Hue accessory, the Hue Tap. Stick it up on the wall next to the...

The easy-to-use Philips Hue Tap brings practical convenience to existing smart lighting setups. Its wireless, kinetic-powered design needs no battery or electricity, which is beyond cool.

The buttons require a little too much oomph in order to trigger your lights. Also, the lack of IFTTT integration seems like a huge missed opportunity.

We wish it cost a little less, but if you've already got Philips Hue LEDs in your home, then adding the Tap to your setup makes a lot of sense.

Aug 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Lee Hutchinson (arstechnica.com)

Gallery: Dissecting the Philips Hue Tap wireless, battery-less controller

 

Hidden inside the white plastic is a neat energy-harvesting mechanism.

Aug 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Russell Holly (geek.com)

Hue Tap review: The physical switch for your smart bulbs

 

Philips has finally released a physical component to their smart light bulbs, making it so you don't have to have a phone or tablet in your hand in order to control your connected […]

Considering how expensive the Hue bulbs and their bridge are, $60 isn’t a lot to ask if you already have several rooms worth of bulbs. For those interested in getting started with Hue, that’s an expensive addition to the $200 starter pack that is...

Aug 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Darrell Etherington (techcrunch.com)

The Philips Hue Tap Proves An Elegant Accessory For Connected Smart Lights

 

The Philips Hue system provides lighting that you can control with your smartphone, and automate with location gating and time-based alarms

Jul 2014

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