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Little by little, virtual assistants are integrating into our day to day, not only on mobile phones or home speakers, but also in places where until recently it was unthinkable to be able to interact with them, such as in the car.
The first brand to take the step was Amazon, which presented its Echo Auto just a month ago with hype and cymbal with a launch price of € 59.99, although right now you can buy it much cheaper, for just € 44.99 .
This speaker is compatible with all phones, be they Android or iPhone; it is also with any type of car, since it connects to your mobile to receive calls, messages and make use of the internet.
Its usefulness is great: for example you can ask for directions to get somewhere. He will give them to you using Google Maps, although obviously without being able to see the map on screen.
Without a doubt, one of the most practical things it brings is that you can use it to play music from apps like Spotify, Deezer or Amazon Music and control it using voice commandsjust like you would any other smart speaker.
You can also do the same with the radio, so you don’t have to worry about losing the dial as you move, not even about the future blackout of FM Radio.
Its design is quite minimalist, since it is designed to be worn either on the dashboard or in the central ventilation grille, two places where it does not have to bother.
Shipping, as with all orders of € 29 or more to Amazon, will be free. Of course, if you also take advantage and register in the Prime free trial month, you will have it much sooner at home, in just 24 working hours depending on the area of Spain in which you live.
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