Yesterday Amazon launched its new products and Gadgets in its Amazon Event Fall Hardware 2020. Mainly Highlighted products of the event which have launched by the company included its new and improved “Spherical Echo Dot”.
We saw a bunch of new Ring devices — one of which was a drone that can autonomously fly around inside your home. And finally, Amazon Launched its long-rumored cloud gaming service, Luna.
Amazon Event Fall Hardware 2020
Amazon organizes its annual Launch Event 2020 on September 24 at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT, which didn’t live-streamed by the company but conveys minute to minute announcements on their official handling. In which they convey about there new products including the new Spherical shaped Echo-Dot and Amazon’s improvements for Alexa, including new security features.
Some of the companies under Amazon including Ring and Eero also announce some new devices from them including the new Ring Home security Drone, New Eero 6 and Eero 6 Pro, etc.
All Products and Announcements by Amazon in its Amazon Event Fall Hardware 2020 stated below:
Amazon Launched New Spherical Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Dot with Clock
Amazon Launched its brand new-looking Spherical Shaped Echo Dot which will be featured with new premium adaptive sound from Dolby. It has Zigbee support, functions as an Amazon Sidewalk bridge, and will cost about $99 and going to be released on October 22nd.
Amazon also makes some changes in the design of its new smaller Echo Dot and Echo Dot with Clock both costs $49.99 & $59.99 respectively and will be available for pre-order from today. Amazon’s new kid’s edition Echo Dot will be available in cute designs of Panda and tiger which will cost about $59.99 and available for pre-order from today. Alexa can also now recognize and respond to children’s voices with new voice profiles for kids.
New Echo Show 10
Amazon launch its new Echo Show 10 in its yesterday Amazon Event Fall Hardware 2020, Echo Show 10 is going to be come up with an attached smart display to a motorized base that automatically moves to face you as you move around a room and interact with the device. The device is going to cost $249.99, and pre-orders begin today, although there’s no exact release date yet.
The Echo Show 10 already lets you watch Amazon Prime Video and Hulu, but now it’s getting support for Netflix also.
Amazon Launch its cloud gaming service, Luna and a Gaming Controller with it
The company is finally up with its AWS-powered cloud gaming service which would compete with Google’s Stadia and Microsoft’s xCloud. Amazon Luna is its name it is going to be coming up on Fire TV, PC, Mac, and iPhone (via web app) at launch. You can request early access to it today.
Luna controller also revealed by the Amazon which the company promises will have lower latency when you use it with its “Cloud Direct” technology. You can buy the controller for an introductory price of $49.99 during Luna’s early access period.
Amazon Launch its new Fire TV Stick and Fire TV UI in Amazon Event Fall Hardware 2020
Amazon launches its new Amazon Fire TV Stick which will cost $39.99 and come up with HD Streaming, Dolby Atmos, and Alexa Voice Remote. There’s also a new Fire TV Stick Lite, which has a simplified Alexa remote and costs a bit less at $29.99. Both will be available on September 30th.
Amazon also Reveals about its new Fire TV UI, which has a new look and starts from the profile page. The new UI launches later this year.
New Home security Drone Launched by Ring
Ring is going to launch its new Home Cam, an autonomous security drone for your house. It can patrol your home on its own and return to a special dock to charge up its battery. It’s all set to cost about $249.99 and will ship next year.
New Eero 6 and Eero 6 pro
Amazon announced a new set of Wi-Fi routers during Amazon Event Fall Hardware 2020, Eero 6, and Eero Pro 6. They support Wi-Fi 6, have a built-in Zigbee Smart Home Hub, and work with Alexa. The Eero 6 will cost $129.99, while the Eero Pro 6 will cost $229.99. They’re available to preorder today and will ship on November 2nd.
Amazon launches its own Processor for Alexa in Amazon Event Fall Hardware 2020
Amazon announced the AZ1 Neural Edge, a chip developed alongside MediaTek that will help Alexa respond to voice queries faster by processing them on-device. It’s built into the new Echo Dot, Echo, Echo Dot with Clock, Echo Dot Kids Edition, and Echo Show 10.
Amazon also reveals a number of machine learning-powered technologies to help Alexa for better understand multiple people at once and ask them to clarifying questions if needed.