Amazon Echo Auto Review – Just Forget It!

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Amazon’s newest Echo device for India is the Echo Auto, which it launched in the US way back in September 2018. As the name suggests, the Echo Auto is designed to be placed and operated on the car’s dashboard. Drawing power from the car’s 12V power outlet while being tethered to a smartphone via Bluetooth, the Echo Auto aims to bring the convenience of the Amazon Alexa virtual assistant from the home to the car. The Amazon Echo Auto is currently available for Rs 4,999. Here is our Amazon Echo Auto Review.

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Although we didn’t find it useful enough for its price, you can buy it if you are a hardcore Alexa junkie and have money to blow. Here is the buy link:

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9 Replies to “Amazon Echo Auto Review – Just Forget It!”

  1. بن

    Android phones can respond to Ok Google requests, but they can't for Alexa – the user needs to activate the Alexa assistant to ask a question. This is a key reason behind the Echo Auto, as otherwise you can't use Alexa hands free in the car, right? P.S. your Alexa demonstration activated my Alexa in the room here 🙂

  2. Dan Mckimm

    So I need to connect it to my iPhone for it to get data, and then it can basically do exactly the same thing as Siri? This is the dictionary definition of "superfluous".

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