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2015 Philips IFA press conference reveals new lineup

The 2015 Philips IFA press conference has now taken place and we have been treated to a bevy of new products, which consists of a new TV, soundbars and also lights. However, it’s obvious that most of you will be interested to see what Sony has to offer with its all-new TV model, as it aims to bring something different to the table.

Phillips has unveiled its AmbiLux TV, which comes with a 65-inch 4K screen with a built-in projection system. There are nine pico projectors in all that help to bring images to life, along with the colors and motion to the wall to give the user a more ambient feel.

new Philips soundbar

There are also three new Philips soundbars, the HTL5160B, HTL3160B and HTL2183B. Each come with similar inputs, although they vary in terms of their sound output and the top of the line model offering Spotify Connect and Google Cast support as well.

If it is a new way to light up your home, then the Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus could be just what you are looking for. This new light will be able to brighten up the entire room in a way never seen before with a light bulb. The light is also connected, so you can have complete control via your mobile device.

For more details on all the new Philips products seen at IFA Berlin, 20915, then please head to their press page.

Written by Peter Chubb

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