‘Amazon Alexa’ Latest News & Updates: Find Out The 3 Gadgets That Feature Amazon’s Virtual Reality Assistant
Alexa, the intelligent virtual personal assistant developed by Amazon, has taken the world by storm creeping into gadgets and reveals itself in a jaw-dropping manner. Alexa showcases the power of artificial intelligence featuring interactive response beyond the limits of human imagination. It first revealed itself in 2014. Wherever it goes, there seems to be a magic and magnet that draw people to it. Here are the top three gadgets that feature the voice interactive personal assistant Alexa.
1. Amazon Echo. Amazon Echo, and its compact version Echo Dot, is a smart speaker system that features Alexa to play music, control smart home devices, provide weather or traffic information, read news, search movies and arrange your schedules. It can play Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, and TuneIn, and hundred other features. Two years after its release, Echo continues to progress with developers adding new features and applications. All you need to do is ask, "Alexa, what's your new features?" and the answers is there.
2. GE Smart Lamp. Alexa reached another milestone in voice interactive technology when it embedded itself onto the newest smart lamp device of General Electric (GE). Although it is merely a LED lamp, it comes with almost all of the features of Amazon Echo. It can speak, answer, listen and take your queries outright. This is the first lighting device to feature Alexa and will be available in the market early 2017.
3. Alexa OV Headphones. While Amazon Echo and GE Smart Lamp mostly require stationary platform, this headphone let you talk to Alexa anywhere you go. Set for outing on January 2017, OV claims to showcase all of Alexa's features as embedded in two other devices. It comes with a sleek-designed circular mic to wrap around the neck for better audio reception during interaction. These Alexa-powered headphone also offers tunable sound, including voice mode for calls and eight hours of music playback. Watch the feature of Amazon Echo Dot here: