(Pocket-lint) - Nanoleaf, makers of the fantastic Canvas smart home lighting panels revealed two new products for 2020 back at CES. Those products included Nanoleaf Hexagons.

Now people have been receiving marketing emails saying that private pre-orders are open now for awesome looking Hexagons. 

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Nanoleaf Hexagon Light Panels

It seems that Nanoleaf's hexagon-shaped light panels are soon going to be available. At least for people that signed up to receive more information about them when they were first announced. 

The Hexagons are appealing for a number of reasons, not least of which being that these new smart lighting products are also coming with an improved mounting system that means less damage to your walls. This is good news for anyone who's ever tried to move Nanoleaf panels they've previously mounted and found they got more than they bargained for. 

These hexagon panels are also touch-reactive and include all the other awesome features we know and love from other Nanoleaf products. That includes the dynamic music visualiser, layered scenes, screen mirroring and more. 

Now the Hexagons are available for pre-order with shipping happening 30 June. Alas, if you didn't sign up before, then you might be disappointed as the pre-orders are only available privately at the moment to those who initially registered interest. You can still sign-up now though, so maybe you'll get a chance to pre-order soon.

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Nanoleaf Learning Series

The other things announced at CES were lighting products that promise to "learn, sense and react" to your lighting habits and personal needs. 

This setup is designed to make life easier with more intuitive smart home controls that include both motion sensors and brightness sensing technology to automatically adjust the lights throughout the day.

This means less manual interaction from you and clever lighting that turns on to welcome you home or dims pleasantly as you wind down for bedtime.

This kit includes a light switch, bulb, button and gateway to get everything working in harmony.

The company has said that we'll find out more about the learning series later this year. 

Writing by Adrian Willings.