Amazon Alexa on the App Store
Use the Amazon Alexa app to manage Alexa-enabled devices, control music playback, view shopping lists on the go, keep track of upcoming reminders, check on active timers and much more. When you enable hands-free with Alexa, you can talk to Alexa by simply saying “Alexa” when the app is on your screen. The more you use Alexa, the more she adapts to your voice, vocabulary and personal preferences.
• Get more out of your Echo device through personalized feature recommendations from Alexa
• Discover and enable recommended Alexa skills
• Pick up where you left off directly from the home feed with lists, shopping, or recently played Music and Books
MANAGE YOUR DEVICES
• Set up your Alexa-enabled devices, control or check status of your compatible smart lights, locks and thermostats at home or on the go
• Create routines to automate your smart home devices
MUSIC & BOOKS
• Connect to music services like Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, TuneIn, and iHeartRadio. Choose a song or playlist and listen on your Alexa-enabled devices
• Create speaker groups to play music across your compatible Echo devices for multi-room music
ORGANIZE YOUR DAY
• View and edit shopping and to-do lists on the go, get weather and news updates, manage timers and alarms, and more
• Use Drop In from your app to connect instantly with your compatible Echo devices, like a two-way intercom
• Call or message supported Alexa-enabled devices, at no additional cost.
By using this app, you agree to Amazon’s Conditions of Use (www.amazon.com/conditionsofuse), Privacy Notice (www.amazon.com/privacy), and all of the terms found here (www.amazon.com/alexaterms).
Various bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
4. 1M Ratings
Still difficult to use
Very difficult to make routines or control things around the house. It should be much easier to see any decide or gadgets around the house, light bulbs or speakers, outlets. Still a lot to work on Alex’s capabilities to make her more efficient. I’ll be happy when in 1,2,3 minutes and she would be able to see and discover every new devise found in the house or any Bluetooth gadgets she did not know. Phone calls shouldn’t be a problem if Alexa is connected to my network regardless if she’s connected to my phone call should be allowed and what’s going in with WhatsApp? It’s worldwide as possible why not to give her access to use it to call other countries? That’s really a plus ++++. . Once Akexa has access to the network it should be easy to discover anything hooked up to the same network via Bluetooth or wifi it’s all password protected and in the same house why d8es she need constant permission? She should be able to discover my car Ior husband car or the house or office callif she has been there once and access was granted why can’t she always has clearance? Constantly having to connect her tiny cell if leave the house then she gets totally disconnected. Akexa should be able to call my cell in her own to ask if she should turn on the lights for my dogs. That’s how efficient she should be and she’s capable, just have to work the perks..?
Affordable Smart house for everyone
My job takes me to a lot of let’s say 1%ers homes. They are all automated. All hard wired with mega expensive systems that need a 6 month course to operate. My first experience with dot’s was with the second generation 5 years ago. It was cool and did some meet stuff, but I had to remember every lights name to control it, and for it to sound good I had to hook it up to a stereo. I purchased an Echo 4th gen smart speaker when they were on sale this summer. They have made the speakers so much better and the software works so much better. The Alexa app is easy for setting up routines new devices are found with no issues using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. I can walk into a room and say “Alexa turn on the lights” and they only turn on in the room I’m in. I don’t need to know every lights name. You still do to control the individual light. TV, smart plugs, lights, shades, motion detectors, security systems, doorbells and your heat/ac. I don’t have a smart fridge but if I did Alexa would fill it when it was empty. 4 echos, 4dots(4th), 1dot(5th), 2dots(2nd), and 3 show 5’s all cost me under $450. Music all over the house. Intercom system. Over the years they have improved the hardware and the software. I’m assuming it will just get better. Controlling the house with automations and your voice is just really cool.
Why you need an Alexa Show
Any person in their sixties needs to have this machine. This machine is invaluable to people who want to or need to live independently. It reminds you to take your medicine….read the reminder or Alexa will tell you the reminder. It’s a great way to stay in touch with an elderly person. Is Grandma still in her pajamas at 2:00 in the afternoon, not getting out even though she assures you that she’s up and dressed and has walked the dog? This machine allows you to “drop in” and see grandpa taking all of his meds. You can actually “drop in” on a lonely person and eat “together” even while you are in Delaware and your loved one is in Florida if you both have the Alexa Show. To know that an elderly person is exercising, being social, eating regularly, and taking meds……what a relief! Buy an Alexa Show right now so you can get “you and your loved-one” acclimated to the machine before you actually need it… that’s why I picked 60”s as a great age to buy it. It becomes part of your life and believe me, it is a life-saving tool. One more thing….it is easy to install and to use. I am not kidding! You will be so grateful that someone invented this machine! It’s so helpful.
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Amazon Echo Pop review: Alexa for less
When I first saw the $39. 99 Echo Pop — Amazon’s latest Alexa-powered smart speaker — the word “jaunty” popped into my mind. It looks fun, cute, and kind of happy. After testing it for a few days, its looks are the main reason I’d buy one of these over the $49.99 fifth-gen Dot. There aren’t any new features; in fact, it loses a few for that $10 price cut. It also doesn’t hear as well or sound as good as the Dot.
But if you want a smart speaker to listen to podcasts, control smart home devices, and answer the occasional math question in smaller rooms like a bathroom, laundry room, or guest room, then the Pop, with its smaller size, better color options, and lower price, will fit in fine. For bigger rooms in your house, the Echo Dot can do more and sounds better for only $10 extra.
- A bargain at $40
- Nice design — it comes in purple!
- Good sound for its size
- Speedy responses
- Fewer hardware features than the Dot
- Doesn’t hear voice commands as well as the Dot
- No Alexa Action button
$40 at Amazon$40 at Best Buy$40 at Target
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The Echo Pop is a semi-circular smart speaker with three physical buttons (volume up and down and mute) and a barrel plug with a long white power cord attached to a 15-watt power brick. (Amazon has yet to adopt USB-C for power on any of its Echo smart speakers.)
It has Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant baked in and can do all that brings with it — stream music, set multiple timers, trigger Alexa Routines, control connected smart home devices, play silly games, and tell even sillier jokes. It also works as a home intercom and telephone.
The Pop has all the same smart home radios as the Dot but lacks some of its more advanced sensors
The Pop is also only the second speaker to get Amazon’s AZ2 Neural Edge processor, which allows for more local processing of voice commands, making requests like “What time is it?” and “Turn off the lights” faster than non-AZ2 Echos. (The newest Echo Dots and the Echo Show 15 smart display also have it).
The Pop comes in two new colors — purple and teal.
The Pop comes in two new colors — purple and teal.
The Echo Pop is the cheapest Echo speaker, with a list price of $40. As with all Echo speakers, it’s likely to see major price cuts as part of Amazon’s play to get its smart voice assistant into every room of your house. But remember, with inexpensive hardware comes many attempts to sell you stuff. While testing the Pop, I set an alarm that offered to upsell me on a louder alarm sound.
Setting an alarm came with an upsell for a louder alarm sound
The Echo Pop in teal.
But, if you use Alexa, you know this, and if you’re good with it, then you probably want Alexa and its more useful, less intrusive features in every room (for more on these features, check out my Echo Dot with Clock review).
While only slightly smaller than the Echo Dot, the Pop’s flat face fits in better on a bookshelf or table. The addition of teal and purple color options, along with black and white, adds to that jaunty factor making it feel more like a design choice and less like a piece of tech in a room. And it’s much nicer looking than the hideous Echo Flex, Amazon’s previous attempt at a budget speaker to get Alexa into every room.
While the Pop has all the same smart home radios as the Dot — it’s an extender for an Eero mesh Wi-Fi system, a Matter Controller, and a Sidewalk bridge, it lacks some of the Dot’s more advanced sensors. There’s no temperature sensor or ultrasound motion detector, and the accelerometer that powers the tap-to-snooze feature only works for alarms, not for pausing and resuming music as the Dot can. I also accidentally discovered you can’t snooze or dismiss an alarm by tap or voice if the internet is out, so that will be a pull-the-plug moment.
The Echo Pop (left, in teal) and the Echo Dot with Clock. The Pop has a more subtle look overall than the Dot (even without the LED clock).
Echo Pop vs. Echo Dot
The biggest question, though, is if you’re looking to get a cheap Echo smart speaker, should you get the Pop or the Dot? Here’s a look at how the two stack up.
Sound: The Echo Pop is fine for listening to a podcast or the radio and acceptable for listening to music if you’re in a small room and sitting right next to it. It’s noticeably better when stereo paired with another Pop. But this is not a device to buy for banging tunes. While the Dot isn’t, either, and actually has a smaller front-firing speaker, it has a richer sound and better bass, so if that’s a consideration — spend the extra $10. Plus, with a Dot, you can tap it to pause music quickly. With the Pop, you have to use a voice command.
If you already have a better Alexa speaker and / or a decent Bluetooth speaker, you can pair the Pop to either of those and save the $10. But neither the Pop nor the Dot has a 3.5mm audio jack. If you want to add voice control to a dumb speaker using a wire, the third-gen Dot was your cheapest option. But Amazon has discontinued that model, so if you need that feature and can find one, grab it. (The $100 fourth-gen Echo also has an audio jack).
Speed and performance: The Pop and the Dot have the same AZ2 Neural Edge processor, so execute most commands faster than older Echos. But the Dot responded marginally faster in side-by-side testing, picking up my voice quicker from farther away. If you’re putting a Pop on your desk or bedside table, though, you won’t notice the difference.
Sensors: The lack of a temperature and ultrasound sensor makes the Pop less useful as a smart home controller. With the fifth-gen Echo Dot, you can use its temperature sensor to do things such as adjust your smart thermostat when a room gets too warm or have its ultrasound sensor turn lights on when you walk in. Both the Pop and the Dot can trigger Alexa Routines based on sound detection, such as a dog barking, water running, or someone snoring.
I may have a penchant for purple tech products, and the Pop fit right in.
Size and shape: As mentioned, I prefer the Pop’s look to the Dot’s. While it’s only slightly smaller (3.9” x 3.3” x 3.6” compared to 3.9” x 3.9” x 3.5” ), the design fits better on a desk or bedside table. I am a big fan of the new purple color, too, but I’ve always had a penchant for purple products. The teal is a bit muddy looking, more gray than green, but also more discreet than any of the other Dot colors.
What the Pop? Oddly, the Pop doesn’t have the Action button, which almost every other Echo does. This lets you call Alexa without saying its name. I actually use it a lot and missed it here. The only other Echo without it is the Echo Spot, which this device heavily resembles in form factor (although there’s no screen or camera).
There is also no option for a clock display with the Pop. My favorite Dot is the Echo Dot with Clock, which uses a dot matrix display to show the time and a few other bits of useful info. That’s not an option here, although Amazon did relocate the Alexa LED light from the bottom, where it is in the Dot, to the top, where it appears as a small strip (you can adjust its brightness in the Alexa app).
Smart Home Data Privacy: Echo Pop
Bringing connected devices into your home also brings with it concerns about how the data they collect is protected. The Verge asks each company whose smart home products we review about safeguards it has in place for your data.
The primary data collected by the Echo Pop are voice and smart home device interactions with Alexa. The speaker’s microphones are always listening for the wake word or trigger sounds unless you mute the device using the physical mute button or by telling Alexa to mute. Once it hears the word, then it starts analyzing what you say.
All voice interactions are encrypted in transit to the cloud and throughout the cloud verification process. Voice recordings and transcripts from requests are securely stored in Amazon’s cloud. You can review and choose to delete this information at any time through the app or Amazon’s Alexa Privacy Hub. You can also opt out of allowing Amazon to use your recordings to improve Alexa.
You can also review and delete any detected sounds the speaker hears and any smart home device interactions.
The Echo Pop’s Alexa light is on top, making it easier to see and less dominant in a dark room than the larger light ring on the Echo Dot.
Should you buy it?
If you are already deep into an Alexa-powered smart home, the Pop makes sense for the one or two rooms where you can’t justify spending $50 on another speaker (or couldn’t wait for one of Amazon’s frequent sales).
It’s also a good upgrade for any aging early-gen Echos you still have, anything older than the third-gen that came out in 2018. It’s worth upgrading from the third-gen, too, if you don’t need that 3.5mm jack, as the Pop is faster, sounds better, and looks way nicer. I wouldn’t replace a fourth- or fifth-gen Dot with a Pop, though, as you lose features.
The Echo (4th Gen) is still my top recommendation for an Echo speaker.
If you’re new to Amazon Alexa, get the Pop if you want to try out this smart speaker malarkey — $40 is a steal for a piece of tech that can do everything the Pop can. Also, consider this if you want to start adding smart devices to your home and are intrigued by the new Matter smart home standard. This is the cheapest Matter controller you can buy — although it’s Wi-Fi only, so it won’t work with all Matter devices. For full Matter compatibility, you’d need to bump up to one that adds support for the Thread protocol, such as the larger Echo (4th Gen).
The Echo (4th Gen) is still my top recommendation for an Echo speaker, and it’s been on sale for as low as $50. If it’s a choice between a fourth-gen Echo and an Echo Pop — there’s no contest. While the Echo (4th Gen) still doesn’t have Amazon’s latest processor, it is an excellent smart speaker and a more useful smart home hub. It does everything the Dot can, plus adds Zigbee compatibility as well as Thread, and it sounds really good.
AGREE TO CONTINUE: AMAZON ECHO POP
Every smart device now requires you to agree to a series of terms and conditions before you can use it — contracts that no one actually reads. It’s impossible for us to read and analyze every single one of these agreements. But we’re going to start counting exactly how many times you have to hit “agree” to use devices when we review them since these are agreements most people don’t read and definitely can’t negotiate.
In order to use the Amazon Echo Pop, you’ll need to download the Alexa app for iOS or Android. An Amazon account is required to sign in. By signing up for one of those, you must agree to its conditions of use.
When you set up the device in the app, “you agree to Amazon’s conditions of use and all of the terms found here.” You can explore the documentation at that link, but below, we’ve listed the 12 terms that you must agree to:
- Amazon Conditions of Use
- Amazon Privacy Notice
- Children’s Privacy Disclosure
- Interest-Based Ads
- Amazon Prime Terms
- Audible Service Conditions of Use
- Amazon Kids Plus Terms & Conditions (F/K/A FreeTime Unlimited)
Final tally: 13 mandatory agreements.
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Correction, Wednesday, May 31, 2:20 PM: An earlier version of this article said the Echo Dot (5th gen) had four far-field microphones. In fact, it has three, the same as the Echo Pop. We regret the error.
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It’s a smart speaker that uses Alexa, a voice assistant that performs tasks like controlling smart home equipment, setting timers, and answering questions. The DECHO DOT has a different design from other echo speakers and is Amazon’s least expensive echo speaker, but it omits a few features.
What is an echo dot?
ECHO DOT Amazon is one product of many in the Amazon echo family. It is a popular smart presenter that uses a virtual assistant called Alexa, which is developed from AI. There are many generations of echo dot including
1st generation original
Starting at $50, the Echo Dot is the least expensive echo speaker out there. For example,
You can access Alexa through your echo by saying
near the device. Wake Word is the name the device will listen to when you call it. The default Wake Word is Alexa, but you can change it to “Echo”, “Amazon,” or “Computer”.
As soon as you say wake up, you can follow
Any of Alex’s voice commands
Disclaimer Of course you need to be close enough to your echo point that it can pick up its voice – it works best when you are within 10 meters. Your echo also needs to be connected to the Wi-Fi feature to function.
With your Alexa echo dot, you can learn and use new skills that can add security, convenience, and joy to your life. You can view all your Alexa skills and view new ones in the Alexa app. Once Alexa recognizes a skill, it can be accessed via voice commands.
Here are some of Alex’s best skills:
Manage other smart devices.
If you have other smart devices that support Alexa, you can set up and control them through your echo dot. It’s perfect for smart TVs, lights, plugs, locks, thermostats and cameras.
Alexa can play music from Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music and many more music services. You can even ask Alex to play a musical style or genre.
Offering Alexa Guard.
The skill tunes your echo
listen for signs of trouble. It will act as a safety device that listens for glass breaking, emergency signals and other potentially dangerous sounds. You will be notified on your phone and can follow emergency services.
You can ask Alexa for a weather report on how you get ready in the morning so you know what to wear. You can also ask for future weather reports.
Alexa will scrape the web and gather reliable information to answer any questions you might have. The virtual assistant is more capable than you think, so don’t be afraid to ask tough or difficult questions.
Improving your performance.
You can set reminders, create to-do lists, read and answer emails, make phone calls and much more to improve your productivity.
There are a huge number of voice commands and features that you can use with your echo dot and you can read all about them at
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You can do even more with your echo dot.
How do echo dots differ from other echoes
If you have ever shopped for an Amazon Echo product, then you have probably noticed that there are several echo devices other than the echo dot.
It is important to note that there is only one Alexa. Any Amazon Echo or third party device with built-in Alexa will share all the same features and capabilities as AI. However, a device that “supports Alexa” or “works with Alexa” does not share the same features and functionality. It simply means that they can be controlled using the Alexa voice service.
Take, for example, a smart plug that supports Alexa. Yes, you can control the smart plug with Alexa, but you won’t be able to talk to the plug to use any of the Alexa features or skills. The most you can do is turn the plug on or off, track your energy usage and schedule it to run using Alexa.
Amazon Echo Products are no different in terms of Alex’s features, as they are all built into Alex.
The main differences are from the design of devices that make certain echoes better than others for specific activities.
Amazon Echo Show.
It has a 5.5-inch smart display that makes it the perfect echo to use whether you’re trying to follow a recipe video with Alexa, call family and friends from a video, or display a beautiful photo slideshow.
The compact screen makes the Echo Show ideal for these activities. You can still talk and access all Alexa features and skills, just like with an echo dot.
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DECHO DOT has no display, so it cannot display video recipe or display photos. For recipes, Alexa will verbally list the steps to follow the recipe or ask you to send the recipe to your phone – so you can watch or read it there. Alexa doesn’t support photos on DOT ECHO, so you’ll have to look for another echo device that does.
And, of course, larger echo units have room for more capable speaker hardware, boosting audio quality.
Other echo devices besides the ECHO DOT and ECHO shows include:
Designed for your vehicle.
Designed for professional quality and optimal sound.
Designed as a mini display.
Designed as a speaker, like an echo point, but better in terms of sound quality. It also supports zigby products.
Designed as a mini speaker, with USB ports that can connect wall outlets.
Designed to add Alexa to an external speaker by connecting it.
Designed as an updated echo input, with a volume knob and additional output ports.
Designed as a subwoofer that connects to other echo speakers for dynamic music and sound.
Echo Wall Clock:
Designed as LED wall clock.
designed as smart glasses.
Should you get an echo?
If you’ve never tried Alexa before, the DOT ECHO is a fantastic and affordable smart device to try. With the features and skills we mentioned earlier, you’ll see how valuable and fun Alexa can be.
For starters, to keep it simple, use your echo dot as an alarm clock, play music, set reminders, and create DO lists. You can also treat the device like Google by asking Alexa for any questions you have. This is a great way to break into the World Smart Device.
From there, you can play with other Alexa features and view the list of skills. With over 100,000 Alexa skills (and growth), you can personalize The Echo Dot’s Alexa to the fullest.
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the least expensive hardware you can buy. We highly recommend this, although the larger reverbs offer the best sound quality if that’s what you’re looking for.
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Do you know what an Echo Dot is? The Amazon Echo Dot is a smart speaker that uses the Alexa voice assistant to perform tasks such as controlling smart home equipment, playing music, setting timers, and answering questions. The Echo Dot has a different design from other Echo speakers and is the cheapest Echo speaker in Amazon’s lineup, but it lacks some features.
But then what is an Echo Dot? Amazon’s Echo Dot is a product of many members of the Amazon Echo family. It is a popular smart speaker that uses an AI-powered virtual assistant called Alexa. There are many generations of Echo Dot including 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation originals.
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Starting at R$250.00 (on sale or Prime Day), the Echo Dot is the cheapest Echo speaker. For example, Echo Studio costs 1600.00 reais. You can access Alexa through the Echo Dot by saying the wake word next to the device. The wake word is the name the device will hear to tell you when you are on a call. The default wake word is Alexa, but you can change it to “Echo”, “Amazon”, or “Computer”.
After saying the activation word, you can follow any Alexa voice command. Of course, you need to be close enough to your echo point for it to pick up your voice – this works best when you are within 10 meters. Your Echo must also be connected to Wi-Fi in order to work.
With Alexa from your Echo Dot, you can learn and use new skills that can add security, convenience, and joy to your life. You can see all your Alexa skills and find new ones in the Alexa app. Once Alexa has learned a skill, it can be accessed using voice commands.
Here are some of Alexa’s best skills:
- Controlling other smart devices: If you have other smart devices that support Alexa, you can set up and control them with Echo Dot. This is perfect for smart TVs, flashlights, plugs, locks, thermostats and cameras.
- Listen to music: Alexa can play music from Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music and many other music services. You can even ask Alexa to play in a musical style or genre.
- Offering Alexa Guard: This skill makes your echo listen for signs of a problem. It will act as a safety device that listens for broken glass, alarms, and other potentially dangerous sounds. You will receive a telephone notification and be able to contact emergency services.
- Weather reports: You can ask Alexa for a weather forecast when you are going to find out what to wear in the morning. You can also request weather forecasts for the future.
- Answering questions: Alexa will search the Internet and collect reliable information to answer any questions you may have. The virtual assistant is more powerful than you might think, so don’t be afraid to ask tough or difficult questions.
- Boost your productivity: You can set reminders, create to-do lists, read and reply to emails, make calls, and more to increase your productivity.
There are a huge number of voice commands and features that you can use with Echo Dot, and you can read them all. about them on the site from Amazon, finding out what the Echo Dot is with us. As Amazon’s machine learning models continue to improve, there’s even more you can do if you know what an Echo Dot is.
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What Makes the Echo Dot Different
If you’ve ever bought an Amazon Echo product, you’ve probably noticed that there are many devices besides the Echo Dot. It is important to note that there is only one Alexa. Any Amazon Echo device or third-party device with Alexa built in will use all of the same AI features and capabilities. However, a device that “supports Alexa” or “works with Alexa” does not have the same features and functionality. It simply means that they can be controlled using the Alexa voice service.
Take, for example, a smart plug that is compatible with Alexa. Yes, you can control the smart plug with Alexa, but you won’t be able to talk to the plug to use any Alexa features or capabilities. The most you can do is turn the plug on or off, track your power usage, and schedule it using Alexa.
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Amazon Echo products have the same functionality as Alexa because they are all integrated. The main differences are in the design of the device, which makes some echoes better than others for certain activities.
A great example is the Amazon Echo Show. It has a smart 5.5-inch display, making it the perfect Echo to use, whether you’re trying to follow a video recipe with Alexa, call family and friends from a video, or show off a beautiful photo slideshow.
The compact screen makes the Echo Show ideal for these activities. You can still speak and access all of Alexa’s features and abilities, just like with the Echo Dot.
The Echo Dot does not have a display so it cannot show recipe videos or display photos. For recipes, Alexa will verbally list the steps to follow or ask you to send the recipe to your phone so you can view or read it there. Alexa doesn’t support photos on the Echo Dot, so you’ll have to look for another Echo device that does.
And of course, larger Echo units have room for more powerful speakers to improve sound quality. Other Echo devices besides Echo Dot and Echo Show include:
- Autoecho: designed for your vehicle.
- Echo Studio: is designed for professional quality and optimum sound.
- Echo dot: designed as a mini display.
- Echo Plus: The is designed like an Echo Dot speaker but with better sound quality. It also supports Zigbee products.
- Echo Flex: is designed as a mini speaker with USB ports that can be plugged into a power outlet.
- Echo input: is for adding Alexa to an external speaker by connecting it.
- Echo Link: is designed as an upgraded echo input with volume control and additional output ports.
- Echo Sub: The is designed as a subwoofer that connects to other Echo speakers for dynamic music and sound.
- Echo Wall Clock: is designed as an LED wall clock.
- Echo frames: designed as smart glasses.
You must buy the Echo Dot
If you’ve never tried Alexa before, the Echo Dot is a fantastic and affordable smart device worth trying. With the features and functionality we mentioned earlier, you’ll see how useful and interesting Alexa can be.
To start with, for simplicity, use the Echo Dot as an alarm clock, to play music, to set reminders, and to create to-do lists. You can also treat the device like Google by asking Alexa any questions. This is a great way to get into the world of smart devices.
From there, you can play around with other Alexa features and view a list of skills. With over 100,000 Alexa skills (and growing), you can customize your Alexa Echo Dot to the max.