NZXT HUE+ RGB LED controller provides endless possibilities

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 28 2015 @ 16:03 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
NZXT rolls out the HUE+, an advanced digital lighting solution for controlling RGB LED light strips. Each of the two HUE+ channels supports up to 4 LED strips, allowing you to light up your PC case like never before.

You can manually control the system via the included software or set up several presets like fading, breathing, marquee, alternating, spectrum wave or pulsing effects, or let them react to audio, CPU temperature, GPU temperature or FPS.

The device ships from NZXT's webshop for $59.99. The kit includes one 500mm LED strip, one 300mm LED strip and two 100mm LED strips.
Advanced Lighting
HUE+ lets you light up your system like never before. It is a digitally controlled lighting solution that combines intuitive software and versatile routing options to give you unprecedented PC illumination possibilities.

Countless Possibilities
Using CAM software, the HUE+ includes 8 preset effects with in-depth customization.With dual-channel lighting output, each channel is capable of supporting up to 4 LED strips and can be configured to run separate effects.

CAM is a command center with customized colors, background and profiles. It monitors all your key components to ensure safe operation of your PC. Download here:

Simple and Versatile
Setting up the HUE+ is both simple and versatile with directional and daisy-chained designed LED strips. With magnets built into the strips, quickly lay them onto any magnetic surfaces or use the double-sided tape to fix them into position to non-magnetic surfaces.

Smart Lighting
Configuring your PC’s lighting effects just got easier.With Smart mode and the built-in Overlay functionality, HUE+ lighting effects reacts to your PC and makes your system come to life.

Audio Visualization
With Audio mode, the HUE+ light effects reacts to the audio output of your PC. Whether it’s that latest sound track you are listening to or want to get a bigger kick out of that game you are playing, HUE+ beats to your system’s sounds.

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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