Amazon Alexa appears to be one of the more popular digital assistants available today, we have already seen it integrated into a number of gadgets from third party manufacturers and now it is coming to some Windows 10 PCs.
Both Asus and HP have confirmed at CES that they are integrating Alexa into some of their Windows 10 PCs.
Asus are launching some ZenBook and VivoBook PCs with Alexa built in and HP are launching an new Pavillion Wave desktop with Alexa built in.
Voice integration for powerful experiences: Customers can control music, timers, alarms, smart home devices and more simply by asking Alexa while web browsing, working, or streaming content. It now will offer a custom LED to indicate Alexa is listening. Working with Intel and Amazon engineers to optimize Intel® Smart Sound Technology to help deliver a hands-free experience, the 360-degree multi-directional reflective audio can hear voice commands from any angle.
Lenovo have also said that they plan to launch some devices with Alexa built in. Alexa on the PC works exactly the same way it does on Amazon’s Echo devices.
Source Windows Central