Last year, the Amazon released Alexa devices around the world including Spot and a new Echos. The company has something to start pumping this year before the holidays.
According to CNBC's report, retail giant said "We plan to release at least eight Alexa devices" at the event scheduled to be held later this month. The list is certainly a variety of with car gadgets, risers, receivers and subwoofers. The latter three will probably run in parallel and compete directly with companies like Sonos.
Ibid for cars. Companies such as Garmin aly offer embedded Alexa products, but manufacturers have begun integrating wizards into infotainment systems. This is fun, as the company recently thought that this heavy work with Alexa could be done recently. Many low-cost echo products are similar to reference designs as well as other concepts.
The most interesting part of this group is a microwave oven that operates by voice. Certainly, the voice assistant is meaningful for this type of appliance. Even if your own device is ambitious for companies that are partners of multiple device manufacturers.
Updates to existing products like such shows, in particular, make sense here, especially as Google has increased the profit using a new third party smart screen. The long-awaited high-end HomePod rival is probably also under construction.
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