When it comes to creating an ambient system in the living room or behind the TV, one of the names that inevitably comes to mind is Philips and Ambilight. Its lighting technology on the back of televisions is very popular, and many brands are trying to offer cheaper alternatives like now Xiaomi with the Smart Lightstrip Pro system.
After seeing how the Asian firm has launched feeders and drinkers for
dogs pets or a connected smart doorbell, now it’s time to discover a new product that reaches the global market. An LED lighting strip that can be placed both on the wall, behind the TV or the monitor, in order to create an ambient lighting system.
For TVs, monitors, furniture… it adapts to everything
The Xiaomi Smart Lightstrip Pro is an LED strip, which It can be placed both on the wall, on furniture, or even on the back of the TV or monitor.. Due to its flexibility, it can be spent in different shapes and spaces.
With a length of 2 meters, thanks to a connector at one end, different LED strips can be joined, so that they reach a total length of 5 metersmore than enough for a good number of users.
The Xiaomi Smart Lightstrip Pro It is made up of a total of 60 LEDs per meter of length they change color every 10 centimeters sign leave blank spaces. The programming of colors in the LED strip is carried out from the mobile thanks to the Mi Home application and the Wi-Fi connectivity that the LED strip has.
In this way and with the help of the mobile, you can customize the color, modify the intensity of the lighting, or apply different effectsincluded, that the LED strip lights up to the rhythm of the music or to the sounds that are being played at that moment.
In addition, the Xiaomi Smart Lightstrip Pro supports Razer ChromaTM RGB and ASUS Aura Synctwo gaming software tools from make it an ideal complement for computer monitors with which to improve the investment in the games and the general atmosphere of the room while we are playing.
Price and availability
The Xiaomi Smart Lightstrip Pro can be purchased now in China at a price of 299 yuan, about 42 euros to change and although it appears on the brand’s global website, we still don’t know if it will reach other markets.
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