Nanoleaf Lines support Apple Homekit, Google Home, and Amazon Alexa, and the app lets you create your own animations or color combinations, which can be shared with the Nanoleaf community.
That makes it easy to create seasonal color palettes or automate things so the lights turn on and off whether you’re around to trigger them or not.
In keeping with Nanoleaf’s recent moves to make its hardware as attractive when turned off as when powered up, Lines look great regardless of their state.
Sadly, though, you still can’t hide the power cable... but short of wireless power, that’s hard to avoid.
Nonetheless, they’re customizable, easy to install, and attention-grabbing.