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Govee unveils new AI smart home lighting solutions

Govee Neon Rope 2 smart lighting

Govee is no stranger when it comes to smart lighting for the home. The company’s smart lights are generally viewed as a more affordable and just as capable alternative to some of the alternatives out there. If you’re looking to furnish your home with new smart lighting solutions, Govee’s got a couple of new smart lighting products at CES 2024 worth taking a look at.

Neon Rope Light 2

Govee Neon Rope 2 smart lighting

Decorative wall lighting using LEDs aren’t new, but with the Govee Neon Rope Light 2, the company is improving upon the previous model. The new model will feature improved and smoother RGBIC lighting effects. It will also come with upgraded bend clips. The lights will also be made out of a new flexible material. This will give users more options when it comes to creating designs.

Also, if you’re looking to  create more custom smart lighting effects, the updated Govee Home app uses your phone’s camera for shape recognition. This means that based on the design you’ve created, you can easily apply DIY lighting effects to create something truly custom and unique.

The best part is that the new Neon Rope Light 2 is Matter compatible. This will allow for greater compatibility across smart home products (that are also Matter compatible) and smartphone platforms. The new Neon Rope Light 2 will be available in black or white.

Govee AI Sync Box Kit 2

Govee AI Sync Box Kit 2 smart lighting

Next up is Govee’s new AI Sync Box Kit 2. Gamers will be able benefit from this as it can create custom lighting effects based on in-game events. This is thanks to the use of Govee’s CogniGlow AI recognition technology, which Govee claims has reached 99% accuracy.

It also boasts multi-tasking AI with parallel processing for more accurate lighting effects. Seeing as how AI seems to be the buzz word for the past year or so, we shouldn’t really be surprised that Govee is applying it to their products.

The AI Sync Box Kit 2 includes support for resolutions of up to 8K and 4K at 120Hz. It will also play nicely with various virtual assistants like Alexa and Google Assistant. Also, just like the Neon Rope Light 2, it will be Matter compatible.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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