The Philips Hue app-controlled lighting products were among the first "Internet of Things" products we covered here at TUAW, and the product line has become quite popular. Now the company has announced three new products in the Hue line, including a new lower-cost model.
Hue Lux is that inexpensive model, a white-only version of the Hue bulb that can act as a smart LED bulb that can be dimmed from the Hue app or any of over 100 third-party applications. A starter kit with two bulbs and a bridge priced at US$99.95 will be available in the second half of 2014. Each additional bulb will be $39.95.
In addition, Philips announced 3D-printed table and pendant luminaires that will be made to order. No price was listed for these works of art, which you can see in the following slideshow: