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Nanoleaf Light Panels Rhythm Edition Smarter Kit Review - MMORPG.com

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imageNanoleaf Light Panels Rhythm Edition Smarter Kit Review - MMORPG.com

So you’ve built your computer: it looks good, runs better, and you’re happy. Now you can begin looking at the rest of your setup. That’s where Nanoleaf comes in. Today, we’re looking at the Nanoleaf Light Panels Rhythm Edition Smarter Kit. They’re modern, RGB customizable and can enhance the look of any game den. At $199, they don’t come cheap but are they the right fit for you? Join us as we find out.

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  • parrotpholkparrotpholk Member EpicPosts: 4,602
    Con should have been more like; expensive for a silly product.
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  • Panther2103Panther2103 Member EpicPosts: 5,315


    Con should have been more like; expensive for a silly product.



    It is pretty expensive. Honestly though, if you have a room that fits this type of thing it could be pretty cool looking.
    ZenJelly
  • parrotpholkparrotpholk Member EpicPosts: 4,602






    Con should have been more like; expensive for a silly product.






    It is pretty expensive. Honestly though, if you have a room that fits this type of thing it could be pretty cool looking.



    Not against RGB as some of my stuff has it although was not a feature I actively looked for when buying the stuff. I think it has just reached a saturation point with this stuff that the inside of your room looks like downtown Hong Kong on a Saturday night.
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  • ScotScot Member LegendaryPosts: 12,078
    edited April 1












    Con should have been more like; expensive for a silly product.









    It is pretty expensive. Honestly though, if you have a room that fits this type of thing it could be pretty cool looking.






    Not against RGB as some of my stuff has it although was not a feature I actively looked for when buying the stuff. I think it has just reached a saturation point with this stuff that the inside of your room looks like downtown Hong Kong on a Saturday night.



    I don't want to see silly lights coming out of my monitor, PC case or anywhere else. I am a gamer not a disk jockey. :)
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  • AoriAori Member EpicPosts: 4,166
    Or you could just buy some LED light strips and some plastic panels for under $50. Or just the LED light strips for $10-20.
    XingbairongSolancerrojoArcueid
  • XingbairongXingbairong Member RarePosts: 927
    For $199 you can make a custom design by some local guy that will look 10 times better, but the question is why... I genuinely don't get the idea of making your room look like a cheap motel.

    Surprised no one has made an RGB chair yet, heck nevermind chair I'm waiting for RGB houses. Everything is RGB inside and outside... might seem like a joke, but give it a few years and you will see someone with an IQ of a brick that actually think that it's cool...

    Cause of the damn RGB nowadays I'm having hard time finding cheap keyboards because all the cheap keyboards are RGB. If you want an actual normal keyboard you will have to pay premium to NOT have RGB... logic.
  • FlyByKnightFlyByKnight Member EpicPosts: 3,967
    da fuq?
    "As far as the forum code of conduct, I would think it's a bit outdated and in need of a refre *CLOSED*" 

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  • QuizzicalQuizzical Member LegendaryPosts: 21,115
    I'm fond of saying that any product or concept that feels the need to call itself "smart", isn't.
    Scot
  • EponyxDamorEponyxDamor Member RarePosts: 726
    Have a set of these myself, and let me tell you that setting them up and getting them to work "smart" was a complete pain in the ass. Worse than any other "smart" product I have -- and I have a house full of them. I ended up having to deal with their CS about 3 times (over the course of about three weeks) before they finally caved and just sent me a new "brain" for the set I had. Once they did, they finally worked correctly.

    As a side note, they were purchased for me as a gift. I would never spend as much as they're asking for something that can easily look tacky -- which is what their new nanoleaf Canvas is.
  • parrotpholkparrotpholk Member EpicPosts: 4,602

    Surprised no one has made an RGB chair yet, heck nevermind chair I'm waiting for RGB houses. Everything is RGB inside and outside... might seem like a joke, but give it a few years and you will see someone with an IQ of a brick that actually think that it's cool...


    They do make RGB chairs actually lol.  Turismo Gaming makes some that I know of as I got one of their desks for Xmas (non RGB) and when I checked out the site they had the chairs.
    Xingbairong
  • WizardryWizardry Member LegendaryPosts: 16,546
    I am no expert on these but i can use Google and i know how to look around.

    Keyword on these?>>>>WIRES

    Not sure the power consumption of these or if it even matters but seems to me the low voltage ones seem a better buy as well i am guessing less wires to try and hide.

    If the whole purpose of this is visual enhancement,it defeats the purpose if the wires are hanging down,which is why i feel a CHEAPER cost to buy battery type ones that perhaps have no wires to hide.

    Never forget 3 mile Island and never trust a government official or company spokesman.

  • rojoArcueidrojoArcueid Member EpicPosts: 10,057
    i'll be $199 short and get a higher monthly electrical bill?

    what a deal!

    it's a steal!

    no ty.




  • ThaneThane Member RarePosts: 3,446

    Scot said:



















    Con should have been more like; expensive for a silly product.












    It is pretty expensive. Honestly though, if you have a room that fits this type of thing it could be pretty cool looking.









    Not against RGB as some of my stuff has it although was not a feature I actively looked for when buying the stuff. I think it has just reached a saturation point with this stuff that the inside of your room looks like downtown Hong Kong on a Saturday night.






    I don't want to see silly lights coming out of my monitor, PC case or anywhere else. I am a game not a disk jockey. :)



    you don't want light out of your monitor? uummm.... you won't see anything then.
    MisterZebubScot

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  • SpiiderSpiider Member RarePosts: 771
    Whats the radiation level on those panels and cabling? They seem like 5$ Christmas decoration with zero insulation.

    No fate but what we make, so make me a ham sandwich please.

  • VrikaVrika Member EpicPosts: 5,847
    Spiider said:
    Whats the radiation level on those panels and cabling? They seem like 5$ Christmas decoration with zero insulation.
    There's a lot of electromagnetic radiation between 400nm - 700nm wavelength, depending on how you set them up.
    Quizzical
     
  • SpiiderSpiider Member RarePosts: 771
    edited April 1

    Vrika said:


    Spiider said:

    Whats the radiation level on those panels and cabling? They seem like 5$ Christmas decoration with zero insulation.


    There's a lot of electromagnetic radiation between 400nm - 700nm wavelength, depending on how you set them up.



    So its not to be placed above beds or sitting areas. Good to know.

    No fate but what we make, so make me a ham sandwich please.

  • VrikaVrika Member EpicPosts: 5,847
    edited April 2
    Spiider said:

    Vrika said:


    Spiider said:

    Whats the radiation level on those panels and cabling? They seem like 5$ Christmas decoration with zero insulation.


    There's a lot of electromagnetic radiation between 400nm - 700nm wavelength, depending on how you set them up.



    So its not to be placed above beds or sitting areas. Good to know.
    Not really.

    Actually my answer was worse than useless because electromagnetic radiation between 400nm - 700nm wavelength is visible light.

    Sometimes it's possible to give people misconceptions about non-existent hazards by telling them something they already know, like that the light panels give light, in complex terms that they do not fully understand.
     
  • QuizzicalQuizzical Member LegendaryPosts: 21,115
    Vrika said:
    Spiider said:

    Vrika said:


    Spiider said:

    Whats the radiation level on those panels and cabling? They seem like 5$ Christmas decoration with zero insulation.


    There's a lot of electromagnetic radiation between 400nm - 700nm wavelength, depending on how you set them up.



    So its not to be placed above beds or sitting areas. Good to know.
    Not really.

    Actually my answer was worse than useless because electromagnetic radiation between 400nm - 700nm wavelength is visible light.

    Sometimes it's possible to give people misconceptions about non-existent hazards by telling them something they already know, like that the light panels give light, in complex terms that they do not fully understand.
    Beware of dihydrogen monoxide, which can sometimes drown people.

    I liked your joke, at least.
  • VrikaVrika Member EpicPosts: 5,847
    Quizzical said:
    Vrika said:
    Spiider said:

    Vrika said:


    Spiider said:

    Whats the radiation level on those panels and cabling? They seem like 5$ Christmas decoration with zero insulation.


    There's a lot of electromagnetic radiation between 400nm - 700nm wavelength, depending on how you set them up.



    So its not to be placed above beds or sitting areas. Good to know.
    Not really.

    Actually my answer was worse than useless because electromagnetic radiation between 400nm - 700nm wavelength is visible light.

    Sometimes it's possible to give people misconceptions about non-existent hazards by telling them something they already know, like that the light panels give light, in complex terms that they do not fully understand.
    Beware of dihydrogen monoxide, which can sometimes drown people.

    I liked your joke, at least.
    I liked it too, but then I started to feel bad because I wouldn't want anyone to avoid harmless stuff because of what I said.
     
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