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Amazon Debuts Sphere-Shaped Echo Speaker, Ring Home Security Drone, Luna Cloud Gaming Service and More



Amazon today Announced the launch Its fourth-generation Echo speaker with a new spherical design and improved sound performance thanks to a three-inch warp, dual-shot tweeter and new Dolby settings.

The $ 100 cloth-covered speaker comes in three colors, including black, blue and white, and features a smart home hub with ZigBee, Bluetooth low power and Amazon Pavement integration. The Amazon pavement expands the range of accessories such as the ring and includes support for tile accessories.

The new Echo features the AZ1 Neural Edge processor, which allows speech recognition to respond to requests on the device faster than ever before.

With the new Spherical Echo, a $ 50 Spherical Echo Dot and An Animal-Faced Kids Version and a $ 60 Echo Display with an updated $ 250 Echo display and a 10-inch display, pivot capability and megapixels 13 camera.

The Guard Plus feature, priced at $ 4.99 per month, allows Alexa devices to listen for sounds such as footsteps or door openings and closing. Amazon has unveiled the Alexa Care Hub, which allows users to monitor a family member’s home.

There are new ones Euro 6 and Euro Pro 6 WiFi 6 net systems Available for Rings on Amazon Adds Encryption from the extreme for videos. The new ring car alarm is intended to connect to the car’s OBD-II port and includes sirens and sensors designed to monitor car theft.

Ring Car Cam is Amazon’s new car safety solution that includes sirens and emergency crash support activation. The ring car alarm costs $ 60 and the ring car camera costs $ 200.

Also new in the Ring family is the $ 250 Always HomeCam. It is a drone based security system that can fly to different locations in the house. It basically flies around the house on prefabricated roads.

Amazon has introduced an updated $ 40 Fire TV stick With HDR, Dolby Atmos support and Alexa Remote, there is a lite version with a simple remote for $ 30. Amazon to compete with Apple Arcade and other streaming gaming services Final announcement Luna was a sports streaming service.

Luna Max works as a cross-platform on PCs, Fire TVs, smartphones and tablets and will be compatible with Apple devices, as Amazon says it is designed as a web application and is not subject to Apple’s rules.

The Luna is priced at $ 5.99 a month and Amazon has created the Luna Controller. The $ 50 controller has “cloud direct technology” to reduce delays, essentially connecting the controller directly to Amazon servers.


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