The world we live is becoming “smarter and smarter” thanks to the technological advances that are being made pretty much every day, including when it comes to the Internet of things, so we wanted to take a look at the 7 best uses for Amazon Echo.
So, what is Amazon Echo, right? Well, this is the voice-enabled speaker the American retailer launched back in 2014, continuing to update it over time. More specifically, after the November 2014 release, Amazon introduced Echo Dot back in April 2015, a smaller version, and then an updated version of the regular Dot in September.
Selling for $179.99, Amazon Echo can be used to play music, relay various information via voice control, answer questions, read audiobooks and news, control other Internet of things “members” across your house.
The speaker comes with seven microphones and advanced noise-cancelling technology, a powerful speech processor with high speech recognition accuracy that’s always ready for your commands. Of course, unless we’re talking about Echo Tap which has a button you have to press rather than expect it to be on at any time. You can also read up about the 10 things you can do with Amazon Echo, if you so desire.
What makes the Amazon Echo cool is Alexa – the voice-activated assistant that helps you navigate everything you want by using voice commands, whether that’s to play music or to turn the lights off in the kitchen, although that’s only possible if you have smart home devices.
Well, without further ado, here are the 7 best uses for Amazon Echo.