Amazon announces Fire TV Cube

Amazon announces Fire TV Cube

Amazon announces Fire TV Cube

In addition to doing everything an Echo can do, like searching the web, setting a timer, checking the weather, or even controlling other smart home devices - the Echo Look is equipped with a camera that you can use to take a photo or video of yourself to share with others. These are features not found in Amazon's current Fire TV 4K Player. Household Profiles allows you to register up to two accounts to your Echo Look and switch just by asking or, using your voice, Alexa can recognise it and switch accounts automatically when enabled-you don't even need to ask.

The Amazon Fire TV Cube is now available for pre-order.

As from 13 June, Air France will innovate with intelligent voice recognition with Alexa, the virtual voice assistant developed by Amazon, and will be one of the first airlines to offer this functionality.

As Alexa also works on voice sensor along with Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Box but the Fire TV Cube works as a full-featured Echo device that is always on and waits to listen to the wake words with its eight built-in microphones and also responding to you with its built-in speakers.

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The Amazon Echo and Alexa voice assistant is continuing its global roll-out, with the smart speaker available in France from next week. Amazon has worked closely with Netflix to build support for voice into its app, as well as content providers such as Hulu, ESPN, FOX, Showtime, STARZ, CBS, and NBC. All you have to do is ask. But the Cube's third feature sets it apart from the competition. Yes, the Fire TV Cube also doubles up as a universal remote, sweet!

The device supports 4K HDR video streaming, Dolby Atmos audio and integrates a built-in speaker. Another plus: since it's created to hook up to a TV, users can easily control and view smart camera feeds.

Amazon's Fire TV Cube is available for order today at $119.99 and will ship on June 21.

The Amazon Echo and Echo Spot are also more affordable, with the RRP of both devices set at €99.99 and €129.99, respectively, although at their sale prices they can be picked up for €49.99 and €64.99 apiece. Customers who purchase and register their Fire TV Cube by July 1, will also receive a $10 credit for Prime Video.

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