If you have grown to depend on Amazon Alexa, then you may be interested in three new wearables from Amazon joining its Echo line of products that supports Amazon’s voice assistant.
The second item is Amazon Echo Frames, a pair of prescription-ready glasses, also with hands-free access to Alexa and finally, there is the Amazon Echo Loop, a smart ring in which Alexa is just a click away.
As futuristic as the latter two products may sound, they, like the audio buds, are dependent on the Alexa app on smartphone to work.
With the exception of the Echo Frames, which only works with Android devices, the other two supports both Android OS and iOS.
Similarly, in addition to having access to Alexa, these wearables also support voice assistant of the respective platforms, i.e. Google Assistant and Apple Siri on iOS devices.
The Amazon Echo Buds retails for $129.99 and it is available to all. The same is not for Amazon Echo Frames and Amazon Echo Loop, which are only available by invitation for $179.99 and $129.99, respectively.
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