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Amazon Echo Buds officially launched

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Picture: The Verge
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Today Amazon is introducing some new AlexaProproducts. One of them is the Amazon Echo Buds. They can.

The new Amazon Echo Buds are wireless in-ear headphones that have a touch surface on the right and left for operation and come with two special features. The first is Bose's ANC technology, which is designed to easily block out ambient noise. Because it is an echoProproduct, I think it is obvious what the second special feature is: Alexa support. Just say "Alexa!" and give the voice commands is enough. Amazon states 5 hours of battery life, 20 hours with the case.

The price of the new in-ears is $ 129, with pre-orders starting today. Street: The Verge

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