Echo Show is Amazon’s finest Alexa device. It not only answers your queries, plays your music, and controls your smart devices like every other Echo speaker, but it also has a 7-inch touchscreen and built-in camera that let you do so much more.
It’s usually priced at $229, but from now through Prime Day on July 16, Amazon has slashed a whopping $100 off its price tag.
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Alexa is almost certainly the best virtual assistant. It’s wonderfully reliable, incredibly responsive, and it does everything you would want a virtual assistant to do. Its expansive catalog of awesome skills keeps on growing. But Amazon found a way to make Alexa even better.
By adding a touchscreen and camera, Alexa can show you things like news briefings, music lyrics, content from Amazon Video, and your favorite photos. It can also show you live feeds from the security cameras around your home, and handle video calls to other Alexa devices.
Echo Show is a steal at $129.99
Echo Show is the only Amazon speaker that does all of this.
It’s powered by an Intel Atom processor and boasts dual speakers that fill your room with Dolby stereo sound. It also packs dual-band Wi-Fi with support for 2.4 and 5GHz networks, and Bluetooth connectivity for playing music from your iPhone and other devices.
Echo Show is normally priced at $229.99, but from now through Prime Day on July 16, Amazon is offering it to Prime subscribers for just $129.99. That’s the lowest price it has been sold at since making its debut last year. Get yours today in black or white by following the link below.
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