The popular Nanoleaf RGB lighting is expanded with new possibilities. With the Nanoleaf Lines Squared, a new variant awaits you, with which the line-shaped lights can now be connected to each other at right angles.
Nanoleaf Lines Squared brings new possibilities
The smart light lines Nanonleaf Lines were able to in our test from January 2022 inspire. Until now, however, they could only be linked together at 60-degree angles and in six different directions using connectors.
This changes with the new Nanoleaf Lines Squared, which allow connection at a right angle of 90 degrees. This means that square or rectangular shapes can now also be realized, opening up new creative possibilities.
Of course, nothing changes in the pure technology of Nanoleaf Lines. The RGB light strips can glow in over 16 million colors, allowing the creation of dynamic light animations that flow across the entire layout.
Triangular Nanoleaf Shapes in special black edition
The Nanoleaf Shapes dirty light panels also now come in a new black Special Edition. The “Limited Edition Ultra Black Triangles” provide a whole new look through the black details.
The black plastic also makes it possible to create a black surface when the device is switched off, while the special edition is still supposed to be compatible with Nanoleaf’s (white) Shapes system. Black and white surfaces can thus be combined.
You can control Nanoleaf’s light panels not only via its own app, but also via Razer Chroma and, more recently, also via Corsair’s iCUE software. Synchronization with the peripherals is then also possible here.
Prices and availability
Both Nanoleaf innovations are available now directly from the manufacturer. The Nanoleaf Lines Squared appear as a starter kit with 4 lines for 99.99 euros or as an expansion kit consisting of 3 lines for 59.99 euros. The Limited Edition Ultra Black Triangles are also available as an expansion kit with 3 panels for 69.99 euros or as a starter kit with 9 panels for 229.99 euros.