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You might just be able to afford a personal assistant after all.
The Amazon Echo is on sale today for $140.40, which is the lowest price it’s ever been.
The hands-free, Bluetooth speaker uses Alexa voice service to do everyday tasks like search for restaurants, play your favorite song, schedule appointments, and even read to you. The Echo runs with a cloud service as its brain, so it’s continuously improving.
The hands-free speaker normally costs $180, so this deal saves you almost a quarter of the price. It has never been this cheap before, so now is a prime time to see what the future of smart homes is all about.
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