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Nanoleaf Canvas Smarter Kit (4 Panels) $119 (40% off, Was $199) + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ JB Hi-Fi


40% off Nanoleaf Canvas Smarter Kit (4 Panels)

Nanoleaf Modular Light Squares snap together like LEGO pieces
Wi-Fi control, no hub or bridge needed
Built-in music visualiser (Rhythm Mode) and touch games
Thousands of scenes right out the box and downloadable in the app
Voice Control works with Siri, Amazon Alexa & Google Assistant

9 Panel kit also on sale at the moment: $279 (From $349) -

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    To each their own but this isn't worth it. If you want to spend couple hundred on lighting, get a Hue setup going instead.


      That looks amazing. No lag either.

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        The HDMI box is $500 on its own, not worth


      I have Hue across the whole house with play and strip around/under the TV.
      This is completely different though. I have a long hallway with one large empty wall. Setting up the nano canvas there with lights to match the lounge where the hallway leads to would be a great setup. I might pick one up from this special.


      Depends on the effect you want to have. I have these arranged in a large pattern between the speakers of my music station and it looks better than the Hue lighting I have in the living room.


      These are not the same as hue. These are almost like an art piece and hue are light bulbs and strips.


    You can also play touch games with it. That would double up as entertainment for the kids (and some adults).

    Touch Games
    Play classic games like Whack-A-Mole and Memory right on your Canvas layout. Download in the ‘Discover’ tab to tap and compete with friends.


    Surely JB should describe this as a starter kit rather than smarter kit. Smarter makes no sense.


    9 Panel kit also on sale at the moment: $279

    Not sure why anyone would buy this. Starter ("smarter") kit + 4 tile extension is $214. $26 per tile compared to $31, if you want to put it that way.

    Mind you I'm not sure why anyone would buy this at all. It looks like a great and fun idea in general, but I can't think of anywhere I'd put it, except for maybe in a kids or game room, where it wouldn't quickly look naff.


      youtuber background.

      but seriously it may be a nice idea but it would take a lot of these to look like a half decent setup.

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        Most of the interesting looking ideas from their website have 20 or 30 panels, which is getting towards a grand for a decent setup. If I wanted to spend that much on decorative lights I'd buy Hue gradient lightstrips….. :D


    Beware that Nanoleaf's new product range is called "Shapes", and you can't connect the Canvas squares to the Shapes panels.

    I have the original Nanoleaf Rhythm set and the 9-pack of these shapes and like them (got both for under $200 each), but if I were buying today, I'd wait for a special on the Shapes line, for future expansion flexibility. There are several different shapes that can interconnect.