Nanoleaf Launches ‘Lines Squared’ LED Light Bars

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Nanoleaf today updated its LED Lines light bars to add a new configuration that allows the lights to be arranged at 90 degree angles using new square mounting connectors. Square lines can be installed around door frames and corners, and new geometric shapes are possible.

The new 90 degree connectors can be paired with existing 60 degree connectors allowing for many new design options. For those unfamiliar with Nanoleaf lights, the lines can be connected together to form wall art in any shape you desire. The LED lights are capable of displaying over 16 million colors, with various color changing patterns also available.

The lines are HomeKit compatible and can be controlled with Siri and through the Home app. Additionally, there is a dedicated Nanoleaf app where you can set up lighting scenes and sync lights to music.

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Like the original Lines lights, the Lines Squared acts as a Thread Border router, improving connections and reliability of other Thread-enabled smart home devices.

Lines Squared can be pre-ordered from the Nanoleaf website for $100 for a four-pack. Expansion packs with three lines are also available for $70.

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