Nanoleaf lines move away from lighting panels in a new direction



(Pocket-lint) – Nanoleaf is making a concerted effort to stand out in the market as a specialist in flashy lighting panels – after launching Elements earlier this year, which adds a wood veneer look to its panels normally futuristic, it is now extinct Lines.

It’s an even fresher look for a Nanoleaf product – it’s not a panel at all, to begin with. Instead, Lines offers modular light bars that still attach to your walls, but can be arranged in symbols and patterns as you like, and are backlit to provide mood lighting.

This means that you can arrange them in multiple ways to create new looks for your walls, with both colored lighting and ambient white lighting. As before, this should make it ideal for anyone looking to brighten up the background of their streaming den.

Bars can click in 60-degree increments, so you literally won’t be able to do what you want with them, unfortunately, but it still offers a lot of freedom. Like all new releases from Nanoleaf, everything is compatible with Thread and Matter, so the sustainability of the smart home is not a concern, and it is also very possible to connect your lights to a smart assistant.

While the bars are white as standard, Nanoleaf is working on skins to change them to black or pick, although that won’t happen until January 2022. The bars themselves are now available for pre-order. and start from £ 179.99, which is no small fry.

Written by Max Freeman-Mills. Originally published on .


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