Monday, June 26, 2017

Alexa, What Happens if the Echo Has a Screen? You Get This Review - The New York Times

Final paragraphs

"But the average person would be wise to wait before buying the Echo Show.

The device is the priciest in the Echo family — $50 more than the Echo speaker and $180 more than the Echo Dot, the miniature version of the speaker. And it remains to be seen what third-party companies do with applications designed for an always-on screen that stays put.

Until then, you could always grab a tablet you already own, put it on a stand and leave it plugged in. The results will most likely be the same."
Alexa, What Happens if the Echo Has a Screen? You Get This Review - The New York Times
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