Twinkly Squares smart LED light panels unveiled with gaming sync via Razer Chroma RGB – Notebookcheck.net
You can sync the Twinkly Squares smart lights to your game using Razer Chroma RGB or Omen Light Studio. (Image source: Twinkly)
The Twinkly Squares LED smart panel lighting has been launched in the US. You can use the gadgets to create pixel wall art or sync the lights with your game via Razer Chroma RGB or Omen Light Studio. Each 16 cm (~6.3-in) square panel contains 64 LEDs, and you can create your bespoke design in the accompanying app.
The Twinkly Squares smart home lights are now available. The panels contain 64 LEDs, allowing you to create pixel art or mood lighting for your room. You can also set your patterns to rotate with a scheduling feature or sync them with a game, with support for Razer Chroma RGB and Omen Light Studio. Using the Twinkly Music USB dongle, sold separately, you can also sync the lighting to ambient sounds and music.
The smart home lights are compatible with Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, Google Home and Homey systems. You can connect multiple panels using clips and cords included in the kit and fix them to the wall. After connecting to them via Bluetooth or Wifi, you can then use the Twinkly App to map your layout and choose effects, such as the color, gradient and animations with the Twinkly FX Wizard. Alternatively, you can control the lights with voice commands via Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Apple’s Siri.
Each Squares panel is made of plastic, measuring 16 x 16 x 2.5 cm (~6.3 x 6.3 x 1.0-in). You can buy the Twinkly Squares (Multicolor edition) Starter Kit in the US for US$249.99; the product is currently listed as sold out at the Twinkly online store, but is available at BestBuy. The device will shortly launch in Europe, the UK and Australia, and an Extension kit is also available for US$99. The Starter Kit contains six panels, and the Extension pack comes with three lights.
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