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Global leading smart home brand in ambient lighting, home appliance products, and smart IoT systems
Govee unveiled its high-end M1 light strip at CES 2023, which supports Matter and has been certified with "Works with Google Home". Govee claims that this is the industry's first high-end light strip supporting Matter, which can be compatible with Apple Home, Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and Samsung SmartThings.
The M1 light strip from Govee is 2 meters long, and users can install it in any location to create an atmosphere. For example, during gaming, it can change colors according to the compact to make the gaming experience more immersive. Govee has not disclosed the price of this light strip, and the company will also launch other Matter-supported products, such as desk lamps, floor lamps, and outdoor lights.
Matter is a unified protocol that enables cross-system, cross-platform connection, control, and data sharing. Its strong compatibility allows devices of different types, brands, and ecosystems to efficiently connect with each other. The effect brought by Matter is to break the current situation where various smart home brands only support their own protocols.