Cyborg Gaming Lights (amBX) Review

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Cyborg Gaming Lights - amBX Lighting Review

Cyborg Gaming Lights Review (amBX)

A few years ago a team within Philips developed a technology which expanded the images on their televisions to the surrounding area, projecting lighting effects onto nearby surfaces. The idea was that the expanded area created a more immersive experience for the viewer, not limiting the impact of the visuals to the screen itself.

In 2008 the team behind amBX left Philips to start their own independent business and the technology is making its way into other products, some on a large scale such as lighting in bars and clubs and elsewhere in PC compatible desktop solutions. Today we have the Cyborg amBX Gaming Lights kit attached to our system and will be taking a look at how they affect our desktop experience.

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