Amazon has unveiled its latest addition to the Echo family, and it’s bound to bring a pop of color and vibrancy to your smart home. Meet the all-new Amazon Echo Pop, a stylish and entry-level Alexa-powered speaker designed to cater to those looking for both great sound and eye-catching aesthetics. Unlike the previous circular echo devices, this speaker features a semi-sphere form factor and a front-facing, 1.95 inches speaker to deliver full sound, making it great for bedrooms, dorm rooms, apartments, or any small space in the home.
The Amazon Echo Pop stands out with its vibrant color options, allowing users to choose from an array of bold shades, including Charcoal and Glacier White and Midnight Teal. The dimensions are 3.9”W x 3.3”D x 3.6”H and the weight is about 196g. The housing unit is made of aluminum while fabric is used for designing the front. The smart speaker is powered by the Amazon AZ2 Neural Edge processor to deliver fast user experience. There are three onboard buttons including the microphone-off button and also a small light bar to indicate that it is listening to your commands.
Furthermore, the device comes with eero built-in, which enables the device to add up to 1,000 square feet of coverage to an existing eero Wi-Fi network, adding even more value to its compact size. The Echo Pop can connect with other Alexa speakers to provide multi-room audio and or create an intercom to broadcast messages to different speakers.
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You can the Alexa-powered speaker to play music, audiobooks, and podcasts from your favorite providers like Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, etc. It can even help you track the record of a favorite sports team, control compatible smart home devices, check weather or make reorder household essentials.
Amazon Echo Pop smart speaker is now available for pre-order on Amazon.com, starting at $40 about (Rs. 3,300). The additional wall-mounted stand makes it easy to place it anywhere in the home. comes There are no words about its availability in India but you can expect its launch this year.