Nanoleaf, Secretlab debut new HomeKit light strip for Magnus desk

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Nanoleaf and Secretlab have partnered to create a new HomeKit-compatible diffused LED light strip exclusively for the latter company’s Magnus metal desk.

The MAGRGB Diffused LED Light Strip, which costs $79, is made up of 123 LEDs and boasts more than 16 million color options. It features a magnetic design that allows it to be easily installed on the metal Magnus desk.

As with other Nanoleaf products, the light strip is compatible both with Google Assistant and Apple’s Siri via HomeKit. Users will be able to control the lights with voice commands, but the light strip also comes with a remote for manual controls.

Users can use the MAGRGB light strip via Bluetooth or Thread. It’s also designed to work in coordination with other Nanoleaf lighting products through the company’s app.

Nanoleaf is a manufacturer of color-changing LED products that are compatible with HomeKit. Secretlab, on the other hand, makes gaming accessories like desks and chairs.

The MAGRGB is available for $79 on the Secretlab website. The metal Magnus desk is available starting at $549.


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