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Philips

Philips Fidelio X2HR Headphones

Philips Fidelio X2HR Headphones

Philips reasonably-priced, open back cans provide an immersive soundfield, and their 50 mm high definition neodymium drivers offer frequency response from 5 – 40,000 Hz with minimal distortion, so you won’t miss the slightest nuance. Plus their velour-covered memory foam cushions mean comfortable listening for hours.

Philips Hue Play

Philips Hue Play

Philips’ Hue Play is an RGB LED accent light that can be used in a variety of ways. You can mount it behind a monitor and use it to enhance what’s on screen. You can also let it stand vertically or horizontally. Drops 10/2018 for $70 for a single bar, or $130 for a 2-pack.

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Philips Momentum 4K Monitor

Philips Momentum 4K Monitor

The Philips Momentum 436M6VBPAB was designed for gaming. It has a 43″ screen with 4K resolution and HDR1000, ensuring bright whites and deep blacks. It’s also extremely responsive with a 4ms response time and has built-in ambient lighting.

Philips Fidelio Atmos Soundbar

Philips Fidelio Atmos Soundbar

This streamlined home theater sound system uses 18 speakers to provide truly immersive sound, including upward-firing drivers and Dolby Atmos compatibility for 3-dimensional sound effects that bounce off your ceiling. The 400W system includes a 220W wireless sub.

Philips AmbiLux UHD TV

Philips AmbiLux UHD TV

Philips improves¬†its Ambilight technology with AmbiLux HDTVs. Starting with a 65″ model, these AmbiLux sets each have nine tiny projectors at the back that extend not just the color but also the general motion and shapes of objects on-screen.

Philips Hue Go

Philips Hue Go

A portable version of Philips color-changing LED lights, the Hue Go has a built-in rechargeable battery pack, and works seamlessly with existing Hue networks and apps, as well as Ambilight TVs. Out this month in Europe, 5/15 in North America.

Philips Fidelio NC1L

Philips Fidelio NC1L

The Philips Fidelio NC1L are the world’s first active noise-canceling headphones that don’t require batteries. They plug into iOS devices with a Lightning connector and draw a trickle of power from the device. Drops 4/15 for $299.

How Many Years to Change a Bulb?

How Many Years to Change a Bulb?

Philips shows how long it took for incandescent and fluorescent bulbs to be rendered obsolete by multicolored and programmable LED bulbs such as its Hue series, with the help of what can only be a family of vampires.

Afterglow: Lightsuit Skiing

Afterglow: Lightsuit Skiing

We’ve seen snowboarding in an LED suit, and it looked amazing, and this ski footage with a colorful LED suits is equally awesome. Created by Sweetgrass Productions and Ahlstrand & W√•llgren to promote Philips Ambilight tech.

Philips Clear LED Bulbs

Philips Clear LED Bulbs

While LED bulbs are nothing new, Philips upcoming bulb has a clear shell and light diffuser which lets you see the warm 2700K light source, just like an incandescent filament. Coming July 2014 for about $12(USD) per bulb.

Philips Wake-Up Light

Philips Wake-Up Light

The Philips Wake-up Light is designed to wake you up gently. Its yellow light and alarm sound gradually increase starting from 30 min. before your preset time. You can customize the intensity of the light or use it as a bedside lamp.

Philips DesignLine TV

Philips DesignLine TV

The Philips DesignLine TV looks like it’s made of a single piece of glass, thanks to its seamless and frameless glass front. The LED-backlit 3D HDTV also uses Philips’ Ambilight technology.

Philips Fidelio SoundBar HTL9100

Philips Fidelio SoundBar HTL9100

A smart soundbar design that sits neatly beneath your TV for everyday viewing, but offers wireless, detachable surround speakers for movies. We also love the orientation sensor for tabletop placement.

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The Art of Ironing

The Art of Ironing

It’s not new, but it’s clever: DDB Russia created this ad for Philips, which showcases an artist using their appliance to recreate painted masterpieces by Vermeer, van Gogh and Rembrandt on sheets.

Philips Lumiblade Lighting

Philips Lumiblade Lighting

The Lumiblade is a modular diffuse light source that uses OLED panels. It’s bright but very thin and does not get uncomfortably warm, making it easy to integrate into various surfaces. More at Dezeen.

Moving Sound: Philips

Moving Sound: Philips

Philips delves deep into their archives for this awesomely cheesy commercial from 1990 that’s not only a perfect time capsule for the music, but the tech, styles (and dance moves) of the era.

Philips Fidelio SoundRing

Philips Fidelio SoundRing

Mmmm. Donut. Sorry, you can’t eat these compact speakers from Philips, but you can wirelessly stream audio to them from your AirPlay-enabled iOS device. In AC or battery-powered models.

Fidelio SoundSphere Speakers

Fidelio SoundSphere Speakers

Philips speakers’ bulbous shape is designed to enhance dimensionality of sound. With AirPlay, they connect to iOS devices and iTunes libraries over WiFi. Hope they sound as good as they look.

Philips Fidelio DS9000

Philips Fidelio DS9000

Combining good looks with good sound, Philips’ speaker has a minimal docking stand that can even handle iPods and iPhones in cases. 2X50W power and deep bass round out this stylish package.

Philips Xenium X830

Philips Xenium X830

Philips’ Xenium X830 is like a marathon runner, with an incredible 1.5 month standby time; it also features a 3″ touchscreen and 5 MP camera, but sacrifices 3G for battery life.

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How They Did It: Carousel

How They Did It: Carousel

This How They Did It Video for Carousel is almost as surprising as the short film itself; we were surprised that the frozen-in-time look wasn’t CG but just actors standing very, very still.

Philips Haptics Jacket

Philips Haptics Jacket

Philips’ Haptics Jacket gets you touchy-feely about a movie, literally; outfitted with 64 actuators, it creates “emotional immersion” with touches on your arm and shivers up your spine.

Philips Xenium X530

Philips Xenium X530

Philip’s Xenium X530 may be light on features, but it’s swank: the entry level flip phone features a 1″ external OLED, 2.2″ internal display, GSM/EDGE, 2MP camera and music player.

Philips X710 Xenium

Philips X710 Xenium

Clean and unpretentious, Philips’ Russian market X710 Xenium is a simple phone, but two features stand out for business travelers: a generous 1900 mA/h battery and dual SIM slots.

Philips Xenium X620

Philips Xenium X620

Philips’ Xenium X620 seems to be Asia only, but we dig this candybar phone’s sleek, monoblock design; along with music and video playback, it can run an amazing 50 days on standby.

Philips Essence LCD TV

Philips Essence LCD TV

Philip’s Essence LCD TV is only 38mm deep and flat on the back for easy wall-mounting. It’s made possible by housing all the tuner and processing hardware in a separate hub.

Philips GoGear SA5245

Philips GoGear SA5245

It may not be an iPod or Zune, but Philips’ GoGear packs in decent features for the cost: a cool, Zune-reminiscent interface, 2.8″ screen, Rhapsody integration, FM radio and Bluetooth.

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