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Nanoleaf's touch-sensitive canvas light panel launched HomeKit in December

Returning to the CES in January, Nanoleaf announced a new touch-sensitive light panel as a follow-up to popular Aurora products. Now, the company provides more detailed information on when these panels will be available and how much it will cost.

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Nanoleaf CEO Gimmy Chu said in an interview with CNET that the company's Nanoleaf Canvas panel will be available from 1 December. Mr. Chu added that 9 panel starter kit can be obtained for $ 199.

However, the Nanoleaf Canvas panel is still said to be in the "prototype phase", but it has not been completed yet, so there is still much room for delay.

Nimoleaf CEO Gimmy Chu added that the panels sold for $ 199 in the nine panel starter kit are still at the prototype stage, but they have not been completed yet.

One of the major changes since the Nanoleaf Canvas panel was first announced in January is that the total number of panels that can be connected from a single power source has been reduced from 1,000 to 500. Of course, this will not be a problem for the general public.

The Nanoleaf Canvas panel is very similar to the Aurora panel which we already sell. But the biggest differentiator is that the canvas panel is square, while the aurora panel is triangular. In addition, the Canvas panel is touch-sensitive, so you can control power, color and design just by touching the panel.

Like Aurora, Nanoleaf Canvas works with Apple's HomeKit, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa.

If everything goes as planned, Nanoleaf Canvas will be available for $ 199 on 1 December. What do you think about these panels? Please tell us in the comments!


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