Amazon has added to new Alexa enabled devices to its range with the launch of the Amazon Echo Dot and the Amazon Tap.
The Amazon Echo Do is a voice controlled device that is designed to work like the Amazon Echo, although the device appears to be smaller than the Echo.
The Amazon Tap is a new portable speaker that connects to WiFi and Bluetooth, you can see more details about the two devices below.
Echo Dot is a hands-free, voice controlled device that uses the same far-field voice recognition as Echo. Directly connect Echo Dot to speakers with an audio cable or via Bluetooth, and add voice-control to your home stereo system. Plus, with its small built-in speaker, you can place Echo Dot in the bedroom and use it as a smart alarm clock, or in any room as a voice assistant to control smart home devices and more. Echo Dot is available for $89.99 exclusively for Prime members through Alexa Voice Shopping. To order an Echo Dot, existing Echo and Fire TV customers can just say “Alexa, order an Echo Dot.”
Amazon Tap is an Alexa-enabled portable Bluetooth and Wi-Fi speaker that offers rich, full-range sound. Just tap the microphone button and ask for music, hear the news, search for information, order a pizza, and more with the Alexa Voice Service. Amazon Tap has dual stereo speakers with Dolby processing that provide crisp vocals, extended bass response, and 360° omni-directional audio. Amazon Tap is available for pre-order today for $129.99.
You can find out more details about Amazon’s new Alexa devices over at their website at the link below.
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