Echo Dot, now only $49.99, is a hands-free, voice-controlled device that uses the same far-field voice recognition as Amazon Echo. Through its built in speaker or by connecting to your own speakers via bluetooth or wired connection, Dot uses the Alexa Voice Service to play music, provide information, news, sports scores, weather, and more—instantly.
There are basically two reasons to get an Amazon Echo Dot. Number one, you’ve already got a respectable home stereo system and you want to make it better, or two, you want access to Affordable Zone’s smart assistant, but you don’t want to spend almost 200 bucks for the original Echo.
Regardless of which category you’re in, for reasons that include it’s Design, Sound Quality and Alexa capabilities, Amazon’s Echo Dot is our Best Pick in Smart Home Hubs.
That’s almost certainly why we have a second-gen Amazon Echo Dot. With the price slashed to a near-absurd $50 (or £50 in the UK, where), Amazon’s goal is obvious — get its virtual voice assistant into as many homes as possible now, before people have other options. That means that the Dot is designed to sell, sell, sell. And to .
Not that it needed much help. The, launched just last March as a pint-sized follow-up to the surprise smash-hit , was by all accounts just as successful as its predecessor. It sold out quicker than even Amazon had anticipated
n this video i go over 5 practical uses for amazon’s Alexa. This was our first ever video so congrats on sitting through this painful video 🙂 Feel free to check out our other, better.
At just $50 or £50, Amazon’s mini-sized smart speaker is even better than before, and twice as affordable. Competition is coming, but it might be too tempting to resist.