Amazon Echo (2nd Gen) - Smart speaker with Alexa £79.99 @ Amazon
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Amazon Echo (2nd Gen) - Smart speaker with Alexa £79.99 @ Amazon

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Found 18th Jan
  • Amazon Echo connects to Alexa-a cloud-based voice service-to play music, make calls, set alarms and timers, ask questions, check your calendar, weather, traffic and sports scores, manage to-do and shopping lists, control compatible smart home devices, and more.
  • Just ask for a song, artist or genre from Amazon Music, Spotify, TuneIn and more. With multi-room music, you can play music on Echo devices in different rooms, available for Amazon Music, TuneIn and Spotify; Bluetooth not supported. Echo can also play audiobooks, radio stations, news briefings and more.
  • Call or message anyone hands-free who also has an Echo device, the Alexa App or Skype. Also, quickly connect to other Echo devices in your home using just your voice.
  • New speaker with Dolby processing that fills the room with immersive, 360° omnidirectional audio, and delivers crisp vocals, deep bass, and clear highs at louder volumes.
  • With seven microphones, beam-forming technology and noise cancellation, Echo hears you from any direction-even while music is playing.
  • Just ask Alexa to control your compatible smart lights, switches, TVs, thermostats and more
  • Alexa is always getting smarter and adding new features and skills. Just ask Alexa to request an Uber, order a pizza, get train times, and more.
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This is (often) substantially cheaper, so not a deal I'm afraid.

Brilliant piece of kit though.(y)
Its going cold as been £54.99 alot over the past month.
Was £55 before at Amazon and £50 from otger retailers, but this is not a reason to vote cold. I do not vote because I simply believe there are better speaker supporting Alexa, at better prices or slightly more expensive but is worth to pay the difference. Such as Onkyo or LG.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 18th Jan
going south pole!
why are people quoting historic prices? back to the future anyone
usetheforceluke57 m ago

why are people quoting historic prices? back to the future anyone


Because if the price drops down significantly lower frequently, then there's a good chance it will again in the near future.
Thapplicance21 h, 9 m ago

Because if the price drops down significantly lower frequently, then …Because if the price drops down significantly lower frequently, then there's a good chance it will again in the near future.


This. If I was in the market for this device, then I would want to know that its been cheaper before as i would probably make the decision to wait for it to go down again
usetheforceluke18th Jan

why are people quoting historic prices? back to the future anyone


Because that's how you know if this is a deal or not.
Voted hot as it is the cheapest price right now. Understand what others are saying, but if someone needed it now and couldn't afford to wait for a price drop then this is definitely a deal as it's £10 lower than its usual price.
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