Virtual assistants are on our phones, on our wrists, and in our homes. Some of the most popular ones are Google Assistant, Apple’s Siri, and Amazon’s Alexa. While Google Assistant and Siri have permanent, default spots on Android and iOS devices respectively, Alexa doesn’t have the same privilege. In order to push it to a wide audience, Amazon has put it on a range of smart home devices. The newest models to hit the Indian market are the Amazon Echo Dot (3rd generation) and Echo Plus (2nd generation). Amazon has priced the new Echo Dot and the Echo Plus at Rs. 4,499 and Rs. 14,999 respectively, which were also the prices of the models they have replaced. The improvements don’t come at any additional cost, so should you jump to pick these up? We test them both to answer your questions. Amazon Echo Dot 2nd generation (left) with the new Echo Dot (3rd gen) Design The new Echo devices have gone through a design makeover, and now sport fabric finishes. Let’s talk about the new Echo Dot first. The device is a little bigger than the outgoing Echo Dot, and heavier as well, weighing in at 300g (the 2nd Gen Echo Dot was only 163g). The new fabric finish looks premium compared to the… Read full this story
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