Amazon has updated the Fire TV Cube after a long time. It can be controlled by Alexa and supports features like 4K Ultra HD, Dolby Vision, HDR and Dolby Atmos. The new model also gets an HDMI input port and comes with WiFi 6e support along with super resolution upscaling. It costs $140. Amazon launched Alexa Voice Remote Pro at the event. This is the Pro model of the Alexa remote, which comes with two customizable buttons. It has a built-in voice finder option, which makes it easy to locate when lost. It costs $35. Amazon has launched the new Fire TV Omni QLED. As its name suggests, it has a QLED screen. Dolby Vision IQ and HDR10+ adaptive support is also available in this TV. It comes with built-in Alexa.
From Kindle Scribe to new TVs and Echo devices, Amazon launches tons of new products
tech news desk Amazon launched several products at its Devices and Services event on Wednesday, September 28, including the new Echo smart speaker with Ring Spotlight Cam Pro, Fire TV Cube, Alexa Voice Remote Pro and Fire TV Omni QLED. The star product of the event is the Kindle scribe. The Echo range includes the company’s Echo Dot, Echo Dot with Clock, Echo Dot Kids, Echo Studio and Echo Auto devices. Amazon has launched a new Kindle called “Scribe” at its September event. This is the company’s first e-book reader, which comes with a built-in stylus. It has a 10.2-inch screen, which you can use to take notes or write directly on the pages of books. Amazon says that it can last for a full week on a single charge. Kindle scribe is priced at $340 and pre-orders have already started. Amazon has added three new devices to its Ring camera lineup – the Ring Spotlight Cam Pro, Spotlight Cam Pro Solar and Spotlight Cam Plus. This is a new pro grade security camera, which comes with 3D motion detection. The Ring Spotlight Cam Pro costs $300, the Spotlight Cam Pro Solar costs $250, and the Spotlight Cam Plus costs $200.