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Amazon Rolls Out Alexa-Enabled Eyewear

The frames allow you to ‘make calls, set reminders, add to your to-do lists, listen to podcasts, or control your smart home from anywhere.’

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Amazon Rolls Out Alexa-Enabled Eyewear
Amazon’s echo frames allow you to “make calls, set reminders, add to your to-do lists, listen to podcasts, or control your smart home from anywhere.”

Amazon has launched Alexa-enabled eyewear called Echo Frames.

They’re audio-only, Engadget reports, describing them as “an Alexa-powered speaker that you put on your face.”

They’re reportedly very comfortable and look much like regular frames. Amazon says they’re prescription-ready.

The frames allow you to “make calls, set reminders, add to your to-do lists, listen to podcasts, or control your smart home from anywhere,” according to Amazon. They require a compatible Android smartphone and the Alexa app for connectivity.

Priced at the $179.99, the frames are a Day 1 Editions product, meaning limited quantities are available and you have to apply for an invitation to buy them.

Read more at Engadget

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