Amazon Revives its Echo Spot with an Upgraded Look and Improved

Prior to Prime Day, Amazon unveiled a completely redesigned Echo Spot, the company said on Monday. The Alexa enabled smart alarm clock in 2024 is normally $79.99, but Prime members can currently get it for $44.99.

According to the manufacturer, the most recent version of the product has better audio and images. Ocean Blue, Glacier White, and Black are the possible colors for the gadget.

The Echo Spot is made to seem like a nightstand and has a display that shows the time, the weather, song names, and the ability to set and review alarms. Moreover, it has a 1.73″ front-firing directional speaker with “clear vocals and deep bass.”

The most recent Echo Spot lacks an in-built camera for video calling, in contrast to the one from 2017. This may be a pleasant change, particularly for those who prefer not to have a camera-equipped device in their sleep. Additionally, the most recent Echo Spot splits its front with a speaker, unlike the previous model, which had a whole circular screen.

Because the device is Alexa enabled, you can set alarms with just your voice. In addition, you may ask Alexa to make announcements for the house, play a specific song, or make a call.

Similar like the previous model, the new Echo Spot is customizable. You can choose from six various color configurations (magenta, violet, orange, lime, teal, or blue) or mix and combine colors with other clock faces.

In contrast to Amazon’s Echo Show devices, the Echo Spot’s screen is meant to display animations rather than videos. For example, the Echo Spot shows graphics on the screen that represent the temperature and weather when you ask Alexa about the weather.

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