- 2.0 Channel
- Connectivity: Bluetooth | Wi-Fi
- 30 Watts
- Dimensions - 9.9 x 9.9 x 14.8 cms
- USB | Bluetooth | WiFi
If you go for the Amazon Echo Plus 2nd Generation Speaker, you will definitely add a dash of luxury to your household. It is a hands-free smart speaker that you can use to control other devices using your voice. You can use it for a wide range of purposes. You can use it to play music, make calls, set alarms, check weather and news, control smart home devices, order food, book a cab and a lot more. It has powerful speakers that provide you with a 360° omnidirectional sound, delivering crisp vocals and a dynamic bass response. It connects to Alexa which is a cloud-based voice service. It has a built-in smart home hub that you can use to set up Zigbee-enabled smart home devices.
A Fantastic Gadget
Echo Plus hears your voice command from any direction and even in noisy environments or while playing music. You only have to ask Alexa to set it up. It’s almost unreal that with only your voice, Alexa can do so much for you. Alexa is built in the cloud and so it gets smarter at perceiving your commands the longer you use it. It gets well-acquainted to your vocabulary and speech patterns and responds immediately. This Echo Plus smart speaker is the next ultimate thing. You can also call or message anyone hands-free who also has an Echo device or the Alexa App with the Amazon Echo Plus 2nd Generation Speaker.
The Next Generation Speaker
You can control Amazon Echo Plus 2nd Generation Speaker hands-free since it can hear you from across the room with 7 far-field microphones, even in noisy environments or while playing music. You can use it to control compatible lights and plugs from Syska, Philips, TP-Link, and Oakter, using just your voice. You only have to ask for a song, artist, or genre from your favorite music services like Amazon Prime Music, Saavn, and TuneIn. You can use multi-room music to play music across multiple Echo devices at the same time. This fantastic gadget has seven microphones, beam-forming technology, and noise cancellation.