Better than a hands-free: this smart speaker with Alexa for cars, reduced to 39.99 euros
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One of Amazon’s newest products drops in price. This is the Echo Auto, especially recommended for Alexa users who also want to take the virtual assistant behind the wheel.
Amazon’s Spring offers continue and they do so by betting heavily on some of the products manufactured and sold by the store itself, such as its smart speakers, the well-known Echo, available now in all shapes, colors and sizes.
One of the newest of all is the Echo Auto, which has also fallen and a lot in price this week. Of the almost € 60 that it normally costs has now cost only € 39.99, and of course with free shipping from Spain.
This smart speaker with Alexa is much better than a speakerphone, adapted to be able to handle it in the car without much trouble. Not only does it allow you to send and receive calls to contacts in your address book and other Echo devices, but you can use it to play music or listen to digital radio..
It is a very good way to give your car a “smart” touch, without having to install a radio with Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, something that is not only much more expensive but also requires some knowledge of electronics.
It has no more and no less than eight microphones, thought and designed to hear you even if you are listening to music or if you have the air conditioning on, something that has a lot to do with the technology used by the Echo for the home.
This smart speaker from Amazon, in addition to being cheap, is tremendously useful to avoid distractions on the road. It has no screen and to change the station or song you just have to name “Alexa” and give the corresponding voice command.
Whether you have Amazon Prime or not, buying it now will receive it at home for free in just a few working days. If you run a little faster, for example if it is for a gift, you just have to sign up for the free trial month of Amazon Prime, no fixed term.
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