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Corsair releases the iCUE LT100 smart lighting towers

Previously spotted on Amazon, the Corsair iCUE LT100 smart lighting towers have been officially announced. These RGB lighting towers are the latest addition to Corsair's portfolio of RGB ambient lighting products in the iCUE smart lighting ecosystem.

The iCUE LT100 smart lighting towers come in a kit with two aluminium towers each featuring 46 customisable RGB LEDs, with the option to add more towers to your setup. With the iCUE LT100 towers, you can create a unique lighting show in your room that can be further expanded if you synchronise with other compatible iCUE RGB lighting products, enhancing “your visual and audio experience”.

Each of the iCUE LT100 towers is 422mm tall and positioned facing forwards or backwards. When connected through the iCUE software, the LT100 towers can match the colours of your display to enhance the action, work as an “audio visualizer” to match the intensity of the music you're listening to, or display the colours and effects of your choosing.

You can also use the Corsair iCUE LT100 towers even if they aren't connected to the iCUE software. With 11 lighting presets available out of the box, you can change between them with a push of a button. The iCUE LT100 kit also includes a removable headset rest that allows you to place your headphones on one of the towers. You can set up a maximum of 4 towers, with a total of 184 customisable RGB LEDs.

The iCUE LT100 smart lighting towers are available now for $129.99/£129.99, backed by a 2-year warranty. You can learn more about them HERE.

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