Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 123
Results 21 to 25 of 25

Thread: Echo Show, smart speaker with a built-in screen, Amazon.com, Inc., Seattle, Washington, USA

  1. #21


    Echo Show: Amazon video controls

    Published on Jul 7, 2017

    With Echo Show, you can ask Alexa to play your favorite shows and movies from Amazon video. No remote necessary.

  2. #22


    Amazon drops the price of its Echo Show

    Published on Oct 10, 2017

    And it could be part of the Google YouTube fallout.

    The Echo Show currently costs $200, down from its original asking price of $230. Amazon is hoping the temporary sale price will convince you to overlook the fact that the device no longer supports YouTube. Google removed its popular video service from Amazon's touchscreen smart speaker late last month, and it may never return. At the time, the search giant claimed the Echo Show violated its terms of service by creating a "broken user experience." But, just days later, news broke that Google may be mulling a similar product of its own (to add to its expanding Home line-up). Meanwhile, Amazon's device reportedly began plummeting down its sales chart as a result. A quick glance at its reviews show that plenty of customers are peeved that they can no longer stream YouTube videos on the Echo Show. So, is this a case of damage control? Maybe.

  3. #23


    Amazon Echo Show - your personal wikipedia assistant review

    Published on Dec 28, 2017

  4. #24


    Amazon Echo Show first look

    Published on Sep 20, 2018

  5. #25


    Amazon Echo Show 2018 - hands on

    Published on Sep 21, 2018

    Does Alexa really need a screen? We put our Amazon Echo Show review unit through its paces to find out.

    After last year’s Connections Conference, we wondered aloud if voice control is the future of smart-home control. The answer seemed to be “Yes, but…” We don’t need our Amazon Echo or Google Home to show us a picture of the light we’re turning off, but as things become ever more complex in our increasingly autonomous homes, screens will still have a role — as might gesture control, proximity sensors, and so on.

    Enter the Echo Show, a digital assistant with a 7-inch touchscreen that can show you movie trailers, calendar, news alerts, Yelp ratings, and pictures of cats (if you ask the right way). We got our hands (and eyeballs) on the Echo Show to see if the screen opens up a whole new dimension to the voice assistant.

Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 123

Tags for this Thread

Социальные закладки

Социальные закладки

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •