Eliseo Delgado Jr. is a computer engineer and consumer tech reviewer who shares insider news with his online readers so they can make informed purchases. Keeping up with new consumer tech releases, he recaps the information shared during Amazon’s September press release event in Seattle below.
Always on top of the latest tech news, Eliseo Delgado Jr. helps his reader stay connected to which products are worthwhile and when they will be available for purchase. Here, he reports on the announcements made during Amazon’s event at the end of last month.
“It’s an exciting year for electronics users, especially those who have invested in Amazon home products that can connect with other devices via the Internet of Things,” says Eliseo Delgado Jr. “Amazon has unveiled a range of updated products and a handful of novel devices that will make perfect gifts come holiday season.”
The Amazon press release event was held on September 25th in Seattle, WA, where the company is headquartered. During, Amazon representatives spent over an hour and a half unveiling and explaining all the upcoming product releases they have in store.
The Echo Loop, set to retail this fall for around $130, is a smart ring that is equipped with microphones, speakers, and haptic alerts. Consumers will be able to ask Alexa questions and receive speedy answers––as well as connect with other smart devices––through the sweat-resistant band that can be worn on any finger they choose.
Upgraded Echo Speaker
“The Echo Speaker has been a big hit with consumers in the last couple years, and Amazon has upgraded their device to provide exceptional new features that put older models to shame,” says Eliseo Delgado Jr.
The speaker was given a totally new look and has been merged with the Echo Plus to optimize the output of high-quality sound. The device now features a 3-inch subwoofer, which has a noticeably more powerful bass response than past models. Additionally, it comes in multiple fabric color types to be more appealing to consumers’ styles.
One of the most exciting of the Amazon announcements, the Echo Frames are sure to change the game for smart device users. Through the Frames, users can access Alexa from their stylish glasses in the same way that Tony Stark accessed his AI interfaces in the Marvel films. The product will be released later this year in a limited amount to test out its popularity, but judging by the audience’s reactions, the smart glasses are sure to be ––even with those who require prescription lenses.
“Besides the release of the Echo Buds and an improved Ring camera, too, Amazon is making a lot of big changes to their Alexa interface so that all their devices communicate more efficiently and provide more quality function,” says Eliseo Delgado Jr. “It’s undoubtedly been one of the most exciting and eventful Amazon press release events to date!”