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I believe the answer is yes. The Hue system uses the bridge to connect to your home network. The applications talk to the bridge not the device directly. I.e it is using wireless not Bluetooth. Please check with others if you wish but to the best of my knowledge that is correct.
Lindsay S
· 3 June 2020
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Yes, no problem
Chris P
· 7 January 2019
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I would say no as it connects to the router via the Ethernet connector to relieve the wireless workload from your router. If you connect it wirelessly it would still be a drain on the wireless network.
Gurglebarp
· 8 March 2019
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I would say that the Hue bridge would be safe to be used in Singapore though the main things to check are voltage and plug adapters for the power pack otherwise it’s a standard Network plug (RJ45) though you should be able to source one in Singapore
Jaime Sharp
· 15 July 2019
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Yes it comes with a plug pack power supply and Ethernet cable. Cheers
Lindsay S
· 16 February 2020
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Yes, works with any of the Hue bulbs
Rick
· 23 August 2020
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Yes or any combination of those.
Joshua Bartlett
· 7 October 2020
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Yes very happy with ours. Set it up with google and apple home kit
Kenneth F
· 16 January 2019