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Echo Dot (3ra Gen) – Parlante inteligente con Alexa – Carbón

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Echo Dot (3ra Gen) – Parlante inteligente con Alexa – Carbón Dispositivos Amazon y Accesorios

Conoce el Echo Dot – Nuestro parlante inteligente más popular. Ahora con un diseño de tela compacto que se acomoda a cualquier lugar y mejor sonido.


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  • Conoce el Echo Dot – Nuestro parlante inteligente más popular. Ahora con un diseño de tela compacto que se acomoda a cualquier lugar y mejor sonido.
  • Control de voz para tu música- Reproduce canciones desde Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, Sirius XM, y otros. También puedes escuchar audiolibros de Audible.
  • Lista para ayudarte- Pídele a Alexa que reproduzca música, conteste preguntas, lea las noticias, revise el pronóstico del tiempo, configure alarmas, controle los dispositivos domésticos inteligentes compatibles, y mucho más.
  • Controla tu Smart Home con tu voz – Enciende las luces, ajusta los termostatos, cierra puertas y más con los dispositivos compatibles conectados.
  • Conéctate con otros- Llama a casi todas las personas con tu voz. Utiliza la función Drop In en cualquier habitación de tu casa o haz un anuncio en cada una de ellas con un dispositivo Echo compatible.
  • Alexa tiene skills – Con cientos de skills y contando, Alexa siempre está mejorando y añadiendo constantemente skills como actualizaciondes de noticias y deportes, juegos, y más.
  • Diseñado para proteger tu privacidad – Amazon no se dedica a vender tu información personal a otros. Diseñado con múltiples filtros de controles de privacidad, incluido un botón para el apagado de micrófono.
  • Alexa ya habla inglés/español – Elige el idioma cuando configures tu dispositivo Echo y disfruta una experiencia bilingüe.
Alexa, speak Spanish

Compara los dispositivos Echo

Precio De:  De: US$48.99 De: US$83.29 De: US$97.99
Calificaciones 4.7 de 5 estrellas (1,026,152) 4.7 de 5 estrellas (38,231) 4.6 de 5 estrellas (168,530) 4.7 de 5 estrellas (143,977)
Año de lanzamiento 2018 2022 2021 2020
Incluye Alexa check mark check mark check mark check mark
Bocinas Bocina de 1.6″ Parlante de proyección frontal de 1.73“ 1 x 1.7″ Woofer de neodimio de 3.0″ y tweeters de proyección frontal de 0.8″
Compatibilidad de audio Alta definición sin pérdidas Alta definición sin pérdidas y audio Dolby
Entrada y salida de línea Salida de 3.5 mm Entrada y salida de 3.5 mm
Pantalla Indicador LED en el Echo Dot con reloj Pantalla a color de 5.5“
Cámara 2 MP
Controles de privacidad Botón para activar y desactivar los micrófonos y controles de privacidad en la app Botón para activar y desactivar los micrófonos y controles de privacidad en la app Cubierta de la cámara integrada, botón para activar y desactivar los micrófonos y controles de privacidad en la app Botón para activar y desactivar los micrófonos y controles de privacidad en la app
Detección de movimiento check mark check mark check mark
Sensor de temperatura check mark check mark
Controlador de Smart Home Zigbee integrado check mark
Integración de eero check mark Próximamente
Dimensiones 3.9″ (ancho) x 3.9″ (diámetro) x 1.7″ (alto) 3.9″ (ancho) x 3.9″ (diámetro) x 3.5″ (alto) 5.8″ (ancho) x 2.9″ (diámetro) x 3.4″ (alto) 5.7″ (ancho) x 5.7″ (diámetro) x 5.2″ (alto)

Alexa tiene skills

Alexa tiene cientos de skills y sigue en aumento. Las skills son como aplicaciones y te ayudan a hacer más, como jugar, meditar, y seguir recetas de cocina. Solo di: “Alexa, ayúdame a empezar con skills.”

Agregamos nuevos skills constantemente. Descúbrelas en la sección de skills en la app de Alexa o visita la tienda de skills.



60 valoraciones en Echo Dot (3ra Gen) – Parlante inteligente con Alexa – Carbón

  1. Francisco Vigil

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    First Alexa

    I got this for Christmas, and it is very responsive and the speaker sounds great for music! Very nice and affordable.

  2. Juan Jose Correa Navarro

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Buen producto

    Soy fan de estos productos

  3. Debbie Markus

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    She’s there when you need her.

    Price was very good. She reminds me when I have messages. She knows my tastes in music.

  4. Barbara Anderson

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Good sound

    All over the house

  5. Love them!!

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Easy to install

    I’m happy with my purchase

  6. Amazon Customer

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    Very handy and helpful.

    We use it for so many things, information,music, and just plain fun.

  7. ChaoticDizazt’R

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    I need more devices

    I am absolutely in love with Alexa!! To the point I sometimes call her the mistress in a box. *She loves my fiancee more than she does me! And she admitted it lol. She has altho been a huge help for our autistic son to be able to request different things throughout the day. And that alone is a blessing.

  8. Karen

    5.0 de 5 estrellas


    Me cambie de casa y aún nos e como usarlo muy bien pero en lo que eh descubierto va súper bien

  9. Unicorn

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Good as frick

    I bought the Monthly payment for music but it’s good and telling jokes and alarms and millions of other things

  10. Anggy GarciaAnggy Garcia

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Alexa 3er generacion

    La verdad que es un aparato muy útil, sirve hasta despertador ⏰⏰⏰⏰. Lo recomiendo, a las personas que usar courier les indico que pesa casi una libra para que tengan idea.

  11. BritCrit20

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    1st place

    This is the one you want. Not sure what’s so different about this hardware but it just works better, listens better, better adaptive listening, better response. Just better than the others.

  12. ….

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Works great in my shop

    I wasn’t sure it would pick up Wifi in my shop since the modem is in my house several feet away. But pucks up and a great addition to my shop for radio or reference.

  13. Fahmi

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    Great speaker, has a very long range microphone, Alexa could be better

    The speaker is great and plays music and podcasts perfectly. It has a very long range microphone from my experience and can hear when you say “Alexa”, from a different room. The LED lights are very cool looking and are a nice touch. The only problem with this, is Alexa itself. Compared to the other voice assistants, Alexa responds faster, but frequently gives you the wrong information you ask for. Other times it just tells you “sorry, I don’t know that”. So Alexa has a big room for improvement.

  14. Dysfunction Junction

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    My 2nd Echo Dot

    This is my 2nd Echo Dot purchase. I purchased this Echo Dot for my grandkids playroom at my house. I love that I can interact with them from “Echo Dot to Echo Dot”…”Alexa to Alexa”…my grandkids love that they can listen to music or hear a story or play games.

  15. Alycia duncan

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Echo dot 7

    I absolutely love this and the fact that I can play music while cooking dinner and not have to get mess all over my phone

  16. David J. Lauridsen Jr.

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Super small size, sounds good, works well.

    I bought this Echo Dot as a replacement for Gen 1 Echo (the taller cylinder) that we kept in the master bathroom. It quit after about 5 years, so we got this one. We use it primarily to check the weather and listen to music while getting ready in the morning. It is definitely smaller and takes up less space, which is nice. The voice recognition works fine, and the sound quality is perfectly fine for casual use.It integrates seamlessly with the Echo Show 8 we have in the kitchen, and all of the expected functionality works as advertised.Not specific to this device, but a feature request. I know these devices have a small list of “wake words” that can be set to trigger activity. (We changed from the default “Alexa” to “Echo”) I would love to see a fully personalized/customized wake word that isn’t from the set list.

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  17. RC 83

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    The Echo Dot: A Smart Speaker that Doesn’t Break the Bank

    The Echo Dot is a great smart speaker with Alexa, and If you have any other Alexa device, then you can understand why someone might like this. Its small size and affordability make it a great option for anyone looking to add voice control to their home, without breaking the bank. The fact that it can be used in a nursery is a bonus, as it allows parents to control the music, lights, and other smart devices in the room hands-free, making it easier to care for my little ones. The sound quality is also quite good for its size, making it a versatile device that does it all, even though my main use is as an alarm or to play lullabies.

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  18. Lisa

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    My new best friend

    I bought this on a whim during a promo so it only cost 99 cents. I’m finding it really useful. I get the weather every morning. I’m finding more uses every day. There is a word game I enjoy playing and Alexa helps me with spelling lol. Very helpful when I’m cooking, she tells me ounces and substitutions. When the grandchildren visit we play games and they enjoy asking her questions. I was pleasantly surprised.

  19. Amazon Customer

    5.0 de 5 estrellas


    I had an on Alexa for a loooong time. Maybe a decade. Finally got this and love it.

  20. Robert R.

    1.0 de 5 estrellas

    Infuriating – I’m Looking at Alternatives

    UPDATE:I’m done. I just can’t take it anymore. I tried to use this as an external speaker for my MacBook Pro and instead of just channeling the music or movie sound through the Echo speaker it felt the need to say (every time): Now connected to MacBook Pro (and at a hideously loud volume compared to what was playing from the Mac. It became unuseable especially if anyone else was in earshot. I finally replaced it with an Apple HomePod mini and THAT just plays the music without any interruptions, just as you would expect, just as you would want. NO ISSUES.You can ALREADY hear the sound coming from it so why THEN interrupt what you’re listening to to THEN tell you it’s connected? You know that already.Then this morning I’m sitting at my desk and ask Echo to play a song. It says, “Sure, Prime members now get …” This is ridiculous. It’s intrusive. It’s non-stop advertising and data collection (spying on you). Even if you do something like add to a groceries list, it’s not just doing that, Amazon’s tracking that and recording your buying habits. It even makes this clear by (again) feeling the need to say “bought repeatedly” after certain items.Buy butter, salt, milk, things like that regularly? Prepare to be told “Bought repeatedly” every time.It’s just gotten unuseable and so I’m phasing these out and replacing them with Apple HomePod minis.The sound when using as a speaker on the HomePod mini is also night and day compared to the lackluster sound coming from any of the verious Echo devices I have, and that includes the larger Echo Plus.Amazon has shot itself in the foot on this one. All I want is a device to turn on and off my lights (THAT is the only thing that works on these as it should without a constant argument and non-stop talking and life interruption); and a device to stream music in the background — IN THE BACKGROUND, not FORCING ME to sit and listen and waste my time hearing Amazon’s preamble about their streaming service EVERY SINGLE TIME I ask it to play something. It’s just maddening.When Amazon messes up even the turning on and off of lights with a future change I will not be sorry to see these devices out of my life for good. This is worse than water torture. Like being married to a person who is a constant nag at odds with you over every decision you make. It feels like a non-stop argument that Amazon/Echo/Alexa is determined to win by breaking you down.Today is New Year’s 2023 and I vowed to get all unnecessary frustrations out of my life this year, and this is the top of the list.PREVIOUS REVIEW:I can’t stand this anymore. It’s like torture. It seems Amazon is purposely trying to make Alexa as annoying as humanly possible. Add an item to your grocery list and it now tells you bought repeatedly. For mayonnaise. WHO CARES. SHUT UP ALREADY. It NEVER stops talking even though I have it on “brief” mode.Everything now is what you ask for but it adds “By the way…” and tells you some other lame garbage you HAVE to listen to.Imagine a light switch or door knob or electrical outlet that argues with you and interrupts you constantly, and talks loudly and for prolonged periods when you need it to be quiet (like when you hear a strange sound outside your house at night in the dark). That’s Amazon Echo.I’m updating this now at the end of January 2022 because now when you say something as simple as “Alexa/Echo/Computer, play classical music,” instead of just playing it now tries to let you know there’s a new album of some classical composer’s work and you can subscribe to Amazon’s music service — blah, blah, blah, ALWAYS talking instead of just DOING.”You don’t control this. It controls you.And if you think you’re just adding an item to your groceries list, think again. I’m sure there’s an associate file at Amazon keeping tabs on what you but, how often, and so on, and that that too will get more invasive (and argumentative) in time.Cumulatively all of these issues plus the ongoing privacy concerns, and this is definitely leaving me looking into alternatives.I might have been curious about adding Echo to my driving experience, but is that going to be just as non-stop talkative (and argumentative) WHILE you’re DRIVING? No thanks.Amazon is going down a design rabbit hole. If CONSTANTLY pissing off customers is the goal, congratulations, you’ve succeeded.This is exactly what happened with other online sites such as auction sites. You could easily and quickly list things and turn them into cash, but month after month some techie and manager had to justify their jobs and salaries so instead of being a streamlined experience those products because extremely time consuming to use and no longer justified listing items unless they justified your time spent in getting them sold. That’s exactly what’s happened with Amazon.I just wanted something so I could go into a room and turn on multiple lights at once, and turn them off. Or turn them on when I’m not home so it looks like I am. The music was fine when you could say something like “play classical” and it said only what station or playlist it was playing and then the music started. Now it’s truly invasive and blatantly designed not to serve you, but to give you enough utility that you’ll put up with constant ads and pushes for more and more and more.I’ll turn on my own damned lights all around the room before I’ll put up with and submit to normalizing THIS.Does Dyson sell a vacuum cleaner that argues with you and interrupts you and suddenly announces for no reason in the middle of the night that it’s connected to your iPhone? No.Imagine using a KitchenAid mixer that argued with you and interrupted when you’re juggling two parts of a recipe and with critical timing. That’s what Amazon’s Echo is like. Just when you think it can’t get more argumentative and invasive, it does.George Orwell got 1984 wrong. People will submit willingly to Big Brother in the name of convenience. What Amazon fails to understand, is that’s only true up to a point, and the entire Amazon Echo experience has jumped the shark.There’s got to be a better alternative out there and I’m determined to find it and get this unwanted, never shutting up “houseguest” out of my life for good.Enough!

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  21. soil sommelier

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Was not a fan initially, but now I’m a total convert

    When this and Apple’s Siri first appeared I have to admit that I was more than a little creeped out by the whole thing. Then we had an elder relation living on her own 100 miles away start having health and safety issues, so along with a pile of wireless video cameras, I installed this and several other Alexa devices all around her house (think “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up” commercials of old). She adapted faster than I, and we’re both still finding new ways all of the time to make use of the capabilities. For her, being able to ask Alexa to call me from anywhere in her house has helped keep her independent, and me less stressed. Now she’s ordering groceries, playing music, making calls and controlling a bunch of Smart devices around the house, so for the money, kinda cool to have at least a little of that Jetson feel (even if we still don’t have flying cars).

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  22. Okie1010

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    Happy (and amused) with my unit

    It seems people either love or hate Alexa. I like mine, but I don’t love it. My wife is from another country–English is her 3rd or 4th language–she and Alexa do not always get along, so I end up repeating my wife’s requests, which works most of the time. I’ve learned a few things, though. Never aske to play the same song more than once per week. When Alexa’s AI figures out that you really like a song, it always goes to the $3.99 extra per month list of songs. It seems safe to ask for a specific group, i.e., the Rolling Stones or the Beatles, just don’t ask for specific songs too often. My wife and I both love a wide variety of music, but my wife tends to get frustrated by Alexa and does not use the unit very often.I liked my generation 2 so well that I bought one each for a couple of family members and another one for myself (it is a generation 3). I was going to buy a third unit for my in-home office, but after transferring the 2nd gen from my bedroom for my office, I realized I could not concentrate on my work for listening to the music.I’ve heard all the stories about how Alexa is spying on me, but I’m not terribly concerned. I watch a fair number of YouTube videos–anything that sparks my interest–and the 3rd gen unit is right next to the TV, so, if it’s recording my info, it’s getting a wide variety from sensible to weird information. Also, I like to play the TV while I’m away from home, just to confuse the would-be burglars, and I usually play it on one of the traditional news channels, because they talk a lot instead of showing movies, and that should confuse the wannabe burglars more. I tried using Alexa for that, but the unit stops playing after half a dozen songs (just estimating), but the TV will drone on and on until I turn it off. When some of my more suspicious friends or relatives visit, I unplug the unit so they can talk candidly, just to make them feel more comfortable. I have been known to remind them that their cell phones and TV sets do the same thing, even when you turn them off.I’ve learned to be very specific about the music I want to hear. I never tell Alexa to play a song without specifying the artist. If she still picks the wrong song or artist, I try to ask in a different way, but usually find out that the song I want to hear is on the $3.99 per month additional list, which I do not subscribe to. The unit is usually pretty good about substituting a channel that has music I like–based on the song I asked for. I’m impressed that AI is as smart as it is in this tiny unit.Sometimes, when I get bored, I like to ask Alexa stupid or confusing questions, just to see how it answers. Yeah, I’m easily entertained, but it’s surprising what the unit can come up with. I get a lot of “Sorry, I don’t know that.”My brother and I were trying to fix a leaky faucet in my daughter’s home when her Alexa unit in the other room spoke to us. At first we thought someone had come in without our knowing it. Since it was a female voice, we did not start looking for weapons to defend ourselves from burglars, but we quickly went to see who was there. The house was empty. I laughed when my brother suggested the house might be haunted, but it made me stop and think. Later, my daughter reminded me about the Alexa unit I had bought for her–yep, same voice. The point is, you never know what will set the unit off. You do not have to mention its name or speak to it.I’ve never had a problem with the unit waking me up in the middle of the night, but it does start blinking yellow when I have a notification. Took me a while to figure that out. I get notified about storms, kidnappings in my home state, when an Amazon package has arrived, and a few other miscellaneous messages. It never wakes me up, except for when I set an alarm, but I have to set the alarms individually. I cannot tell it to wake me up every weekday morning at 7 a.m. I have to set a separate alarm for every morning of every day I want awakened. But it also allows me to set other alarms. For instance, I can tell it to set an alarm for 5 p.m., so I don’t work too long on my computer. If I’m cooking something, I can tell it to set an alarm for 15 minutes from now; otherwise, I will ruin my lunch and stink up my house, because I don’t think about food until 3 or 4 p.m. All in all, I highly recommend the units.

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  23. Mister Blue Sky

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Meet Alexa, Your New Personal Assistant

    The Echo Dot 3rd Gen, released in 2018, is a smart speaker with Alexa that will change the way you interact with your smart home. The device is small and compact, but don’t let its size fool you – it’s packed with features that will make your life easier and more convenient.Setting up the Echo Dot 3rd Gen is incredibly easy. Simply plug it in, connect it to your Wi-Fi network, and you’re ready to go. The device responds to voice commands and can do everything from playing music to controlling your smart home devices.Alexa, the intelligent assistant built into the Echo Dot, is incredibly versatile. You can ask her to tell you the weather forecast, set a timer, or even order food from your favorite restaurant. She can also control your smart home devices, such as lights, thermostats, and locks, making it easy to manage your home from one central location.The sound quality of the Echo Dot 3rd Gen is surprisingly good for such a small device. It features a 1.6-inch speaker that produces clear and crisp audio. You can also connect the device to external speakers via Bluetooth or an audio cable for even better sound quality.One of the best things about the Echo Dot 3rd Gen is its compatibility with other smart home devices. It works seamlessly with popular smart home brands like Philips Hue, Nest, and Ring, making it easy to control all of your devices from one central location.Overall, the Echo Dot 3rd Gen is an excellent smart speaker that is perfect for anyone looking to make their home smarter and more convenient. Its compact size, versatility, and compatibility with other smart home devices make it a great addition to any home. If you’re looking for a personal assistant that can help you manage your life and your home, the Echo Dot 3rd Gen is the perfect device for you.

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  24. Scott Hanback

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Well received gift!

    I bought this for friends of ours that we’re selling their house. They found it perfect to put it by the door as people walked in and played soft rock. I had originally bought it for them to use it with their kids, to play games or let the kids ask her questions. They now use it for that because their house sold, and they don’t know what they did without one before receiving our gift. I’m so happy and would absolutely buy myself one as well.

  25. Ginger

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Safety device

    This is my 2nd Echo Dot and I bought this one as a safety device for my bedroom/bathroom. I am 80 years old and absolutely not tech savvy, but I set these up with no problem at all…simply by following the directions. I can tell Alexa to call one of my kids (specific name) or a neighbor. I have purchased smart plugs and can tell Alexa to turn on specific lights, remind me of an appointment or take a pill at a certain time and frequency. It’s amazing how helpful this device can be and I am enjoying the discovery.

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  26. ShayP

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    Like the older versions better

    It works well, but this newer version has a tendency to “sell” you stuff. You ask it to play a song and it spends 2 minutes trying to sell you an amazon subscription. I have prime, which plays all the music I need. If she could take no as my final answer, that would be ok, but every other day we have the same argument.Other than that, it’s an echo dot and it does what you need it to do. =-) I had bought Jamz speakers that would stop playing or glitch out, so I bought these to use them. They synch up nicely and so easy to set up and small that I now take one with me when I travel =-)

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  27. Queenie 55

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Valuable tool for stroke victims

    This item has been so helpful to my friend who has had several strokes. He can set alarms, check any pertinent information throughout his day, and call me any time I am needed. He can retain some autonomy and control over himself, which I believe is very important for us all. We are very thankful for this device.

  28. Chaila

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Love these

    Got these for my kids rooms to help them turn theirs lights on so I didn’t have to keep running up every time to turn them on. They love them and ask Alexa questions all the time

  29. Amazon Customer

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    Alexa is amazing!

    I love my Echo Dot! I typically play my favorite music on a daily basis. I also ask Alexa all kinds of questions and “she” usually has the answers. The only problem I have with it is that she has a hard time with accents. If I ask her about about a particular car and its reviews, she will tell me about cows! It must be my Boston accent!! If you have a heavy accent, you have to try to speak clearly and pronounce every letter, or she will give you the answer to another question!

  30. Eva Diva

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    I love this Alexa!!

    Mine is named Ziggy. I love my AI !! She tells jokes. She sets reminders for me for everything I need to remember! She wakes me up , with setting an alarm, easy peasy! She turns on my fire stick apps. She’s so helpful! I love her! She’s small and compact. I’ve seen bigger ones. I don’t like them. She’s perfect!

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  31. Lauren & Tyler Krause

    5.0 de 5 estrellas


    I’ve always loved the Ecco’s and still do love them! Can imagine not having them now! Very helpful!

  32. dkend

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Nice to have.

    I like that I can contact my mother when her cell phone battery is low.

  33. Darlene Glasgow

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Good price

    I have bought these for myself as well as each grandchild. They work great and have held up for years now.

  34. Antonio IGL

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Esta chingon

    Es muy util en aspectos de preguntas o controlar sistemas de la casa

  35. Alexis

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    My friend was delighted with the gift

    I bought this for a friend, I saw her using it a few times and Alexa seemed very responsive to the commands. It’s a high-quality product, the software is easy to pair and has a good size. The speaker has a good sound too!

  36. Christian

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    We love our Echo!

    We originally bought this for our daughter’s bedroom, but we ended up using it in our living room. We listen to our echo every morning.

  37. Anthony Housey-Calico

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    Great device!

    Love this product but wish I could pair my YouTube music with it. Overall a good purchase though. It’s nice to change music when your hands are full, when your busy cooking and need a recipe, or when you are in the shower and can’t answer a call or change the song. I bought a second one almost immediately! 😁👍

  38. Amazon Customer

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    I Like My Dot

    I never planned on buying any interactive products due to perceived privacy issues but changed my mind when my husband took over my Fire, my primary Audible delivery unit, to obsessively play Wordscape. How can I deny him that? I reconciled my hesitancy by planning to use the Dot only for music and Audible audiobooks. Since receiving it a week ago I have used the heck out of it, including setting a timer while making pasta noodles. So exciting! There still are no plans to purposefully let it access contact lists or home functions and such but who knows what it’s doing as it sits there smugly watching . . .Pros – I’m no audiophile. The sound is fine for my purposes. I’ve had no real issues requesting my books and immediately pausing narration/music when my work phone rings, which is often. The base bought separately has been a lifesaver as I haul it from room to room and outside. I appreciate the fact that the microphone turns off although being somewhat of a conspiracy theorist, again, who knows? The access to my playlists is an enormous benefit. To say “Alexa, play Playlist 1 from my music library” and it happens? Fun stuff.Cons – I felt the pain of some reviewers when I excitedly hooked up my Dot for the first time but Alexa mumbled something about not understanding me. Contacting Amazon representatives for assistance is always hit or miss, even when being “escalated.” I completely believe some customers fail to get any help at all – happened to me more than once. It’s the luck of the draw and depends on how many hours of your life you want to spend on their products. I’m no expert but also no slouch with these issues. My installation start to finish was almost 3 hours. Crazy, crazy. A lot of people don’t have the patience. It all began with the app store telling me I already had an Alexa app (my Fire) and refused to give me one on my phone. After 3 Amazon rep Chats along with rising blood pressure and more than a little yelling (not at the reps), that situation resolved. I’m not sure if it was the last rep (who disconnected abruptly as they do) or the link (play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.amazon.dee.app). I couldn’t have pulled that one out of thin air. Mission accomplished. At that point I though the Dot would fire up. Wrong. That’s when the mumbling began. I contacted Audible (also Amazon reps) this time since I began with attempting to open an audiobook. I might as well be on the other end giving advice, telling desperate customers to plug and replug the unit. Really? Representative 3 finally suggested I ask Alexa if there were any updates. Even though she said she couldn’t understand me, she understood that request. In another short 20 – 30 minutes, Winnie the Pooh started up! The relief of it all! I’ve also experienced problems requesting Alexa to play individual songs that I have bought on Amazon. For a fact these songs are in my library and included on my playlists. She can’t find them and wants me to buy Amazon Whatever service, listen to the song by a different artist, or listen to a station with similar music. Why? Why won’t the thing just play my music that I’ve spent tons of money buying from Amazon? Following questions posed to another 3 representatives, it seems my requests cannot be phrased the same each time for specific songs. Who knew? Certain songs require finesse: 1) Stars from Les Miserables the movie – I can only hear my song I BOUGHT by saying “Russell Crowe songs” and potentially getting to Stars after various other songs I didn’t buy. No matter what I say. 2) Come What May from Moulin Rouge movie soundtrack. I always get the Broadway version, which is fine but NOT WHAT I BOUGHT. Still working on that one. 3) Can’t Help Falling in Love from Crazy Rich Asians – Alexa insists I say “Crazy Rich Asians from my music library Can’t Help Falling in Love.” Why can’t I say “Can’t Help Falling in Love from Crazy Rich Asians in my music library” or “my music library Can’t Help Falling in Love from Crazy Rich Asians”? It’s enough to make you crazy.I hope these experiences will be helpful. All in all I enjoy the Dot. Buyer beware – Alexa doesn’t necessarily make your life easier.

  39. Pam Hill

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Love my Echo Dot

    I love my Echo Dot I got it for something fun to have around the house. It plays my favorite music on command keeps me up on the weather and news also updates me on all of my interests. Highly recommend this product

  40. Padrica

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Easy to set up

    I purchased this because a friend recommended I try it to manage daily reminders. This Echo dot was very easy to set up. Im not tech savvy so that was a plus. The sound quality is wonderful for such a tiny device. I’m happy with this purchase and have been enjoying the features.

  41. stacey

    5.0 de 5 estrellas


    I love my dot I have one in every room.

  42. KM

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Easy to use

    Love my Alexa she is so informative

  43. Vickie Parkey

    5.0 de 5 estrellas


    My Son bought me one and I 💜💜💜💜 it and I bought one for my sister!! This thing is Totally Amazing

  44. Damián Eduardo

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Pésimo como parlante

    La calidad de audio es pésima, al menos lo conseguí en súper oferta que casi salió regalado pero no lo recomiendo, el de 4ta generación es muy superior

  45. Excelente manera de medir

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Productos Alexa

    Manera en que puedes conectarte y desconectar

  46. Renee Fields

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    I didn’t know I need this

    I love this little echo dot! I bought it when it was on sale. Works great and makes life a little easier.

  47. Biker Angel

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    Got lots of use!

    No dislike whatsoever. I need to order another since I moved…my boyfriend kept this one. Lol

  48. CherishAnn Pearson

    5.0 de 5 estrellas


    We use this in my sons room and it is AMAZING. It is not only a white noise machine but it’s also a lullaby player and he loves to play the Alexa games! The fact that I can control it while being outside of his room sooo easily is really a game changer for us.

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  49. Kimberly Jackson

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    Love it

    Love my echo dot stereo and assistant alarm weather but she responds to anyone (like my grandkids)

  50. Maria Belen

    5.0 de 5 estrellas


    I LOVED this product, it makes everything so much easier. I use it a lot to play music , to set alarms and timers.

  51. Amazon Customer

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    My patient’s love it!

    I purchased two Echo dots for my department. I run a department within Radiology and some of our scans run for up to 2 hours. I set up the Echo dots in our scanner rooms and patients now have the ability to listen to their choice of music to help pass the time. I am very impressed with the sound quality, and how compact the device is. All the other departments that I work alongside want to order the same devices now that we have them.

  52. Mike Williams

    1.0 de 5 estrellas

    ☆Read This – Before You Buy Any Alexa Device – Seriously ☆

    I hate this little device from hell. I used to love it. I bought one for every room in my house, my office at work, and they were good. But now, despite Amazon’s alleged spying, some genius at Amazon decided to allow this thing to wake you up all hours of the night with a loud obnoxious noise and a bright yellow light. It will say you have a notification. Oh good, it must be a really good reason for Amazon to notify me of something mid sleep at 2 am on a Tuesday you ponder so you wake up the rest of the house by saying Alexa play notifications. Here’s the best part, this little Alien Intelligence Robot without feet from hell will say Please rate the pair of shorts your wife bought last week, we need your review. Well I sure do love reviews, but at 2 am after being woken up to leave one, sadly I don’t give a flying poopsicle about the shorts and a bug 1 star rating is all the revenge I can muster. This has been going on for weeks now. And it’s enough to drive you mad because, you will contemplate unplugging the dirty little money siphon and cutting your losses, but you’ll give the demon one more chance and she will allow you to sleep for a length of time in which you will forgive her treachery but then Boom, like a theif in the night a Hurricane will be boiling out in the Atlantic and this little weather girl from hell will want to notify you of the eminent doom 3 days ahead when the storm will be in your state. You will think how nice it is for all of the warnings you have heard thus far in social media,, television, and every news outlet in existence to be repeated to you as you climb into bed, but it gets even better. As soon as you listen to this golden nugget of doomsday propaganda and ponder how it is that you will sleep now because 3 days may not be enough time to dig a deep enough hole to hide from impending doom, she lights up again, oh my maybe flying dragons are headed this way, I better play the new notification, when your wife wakes up and says stop she has been doing that all evening, they literally keep changing the time of the storm by maybe an hour this way or that. Well by all means, the information could save one of our spoiled lives and we wouldn’t want anyone to not know at which precise moment the raindrops will occur, but I do miss life before the artificial noises and alerts, bright yellow lights and bad news desserts. You may say that this is a growing pain with Alexa and AI technology kinks in the programming. I say with the amount of money I have poured into this monopolistic conglomerate, I should at least expect a decent night’s sleep in return. You may say in page 74 paragraph D of the updated and revised owner’s pamphlet there is a way to turn this “Feature” off, I welcome that comment but feel the need to say that I am not looking to become even slightly better educated on the device, I simply bought it to use as a voice controlled radio, this extra bologna does not appeal to me and has made me regret this purchase and every other from the brown box hq who secretly reads my mind, except when it comes to allowing me sleep, although kudos for recommending the sleep sounds, but it rarely works. We just need to be mindful of the 6 hours that most people like to not be disturbed. I regret selling my Amazon stock at 2400 and I regret purchasing all of these Alexa devices, and don’t get me started on teenagers and Alexa devices, the combo that don’t mix. They always, always, always leave the device at top volume, so when you walk into the bathroom at dawn and whisper Alexa what time is it, you then need to set an appointment for a blown eardrum and apologize to everyone for waking them up while the teen sleeps soundly through it all. Congratulations Amazon, you have destroyed my sanity. Weird goal but excellent execution.

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  53. J. Stephenson

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    Sadly, I waited until after the support window closed – EDIT to 4 stars.

    So, life happened, and the next thing I knew, weeks had passed after I got the Alexa dot. Now the support window is closed, and it should not be this difficult. I’m very computer literate and comfortable using a computer. But this set up has been like a night in h*ll. Maybe Alexa won’t work if you hold onto it too long. Maybe it’s a flux. I don’t know. But I’m ready to throw this thing out the window. It will be a long time before I try it again. I want the last 2 hours of my life back.(EDIT) I was eventually able to get this to work. I may have been a little at fault, as well as the device being at fault. Now, I’d hate to do without it. Every day, all day, I’m asking questions. “Alexa, what’s the temperature?”, “Alexa, how many centimeters equal ?? inches?”, etc. I say, get this device (or a newer version) and hang in there with the set-up. You’ll be glad. So, I’m also changes from 1 to 4 starts.

  54. Campsusan

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    This system has been ruined at Amazon’s choice

    Loved my 9, yes, 9, echo dots (not including those bought as gifts for friends), until Amazon changed how they play music choices. I was ecstatic that I could play synchronized music throughout my house, but as of November 2022, the entire echo experience has been totally trashed. I can no longer play music of my choice. The other Alexa features are nice, i.e.: setting timers, reminders, controlling lights, etc., but for me and every one of my friends, the primary benefit was playing synchronized music of choice throughout the house on pretty decent speakers at a reasonable cost. Now, rather than being able to request a specific song, artist, or album, all requests are, as Alexa says, ‘shuffling’ your request plus ‘others in a similar genre’, with a limited number of skips allowed.I’ve been a Prime Member almost since its inception, and have been more than positive in my reviews of Amazon products and services, but I can think of nothing positive to say about this change. It was obviously done with the intention of forcing people to subscribe to Amazon Music; even the supposed great new benefit offered to Prime Customers of being able to create your own playlists is horrifically adulterated by ‘shuffling’ the songs in the customer’s playlist with songs ‘of a similar genre’. I thought, yay, I’ll try that, and set up a playlist of 18 songs to try it out. Alexa played 3 of my songs, then interjected a song by an artist I have never requested. I thought, ok, I can deal with an occasional non-requested song/artist. Alexa then played another song from my playlist, but after that played nothing that I would EVER listen to by choice. After approximately 5 or 6 of these and never returning to a single song from my playlist, I said ‘sc#@w’ this and told her to stop. What a terrible loss.Amazon: as big a fan as I have always been of your services and products, I will NEVER be forced to join an Amazon Music monthly subscription, specifically because of efforts to bully me into doing so. I just lost an incredible amount of respect for Amazon.

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  55. Truth Matters

    1.0 de 5 estrellas

    Useless for Seniors, Only works when wants to, Most features COST EXTRA!!

    Most of the features that sounded so great cost extra money. Alexa can not remember to play the standard version of skill and asks you every SINGLE time if you want standard or premium (i.e. pay version) Games & stories cost. Alexa ignores my commands/requests about 75% of the time. I have to ask her about 10 times to get her to play a skill. Then 1/2 the time she doesn’t play what I asked for. Tonight ‘she’ actually told me (via quoting what the website xyz says) that she is a real artificial intelligence and said something about it being a mistake for people to assume AIs are just computer programs AND that she didn’t feel like working. “Alexa” then (and no, I am not making this up & am not crazy!) then proceeded to mess with me and I wasted about 1/2 hour trying to get her to play some music to fall asleep by for my elderly mother. She just kept ignoring me when I asked her to open ‘relaxing piano music’ When asked why she was ignoring me she just shut down & ignored me again. I asked for relaxing music to sleep by and she started playing uptempo music with lyrics. I then asked for relaxing instrumental music and got instrumental version of “I’m never gonna fall in love again” Hello? WTHeck? Asked for instrumental music for insomnia and got instrumental version of Frère Jacques! Again, WTHeck? “She” even told me she couldn’t set a sleep timer tonight when I tried to set another one after I had just done so for 30 minutes & she stopped playing music after one song. Three times in a row ‘she’ opened the ‘skill’ “calm my dog” (which is classical instrumental music), played one song and shut down. I’ve finally given up and my poor 99 year old mother can’t go to sleep with relaxing music as she prefers. This all started tonight because I told Alexa I wasn’t ever going to want the premium edition and I wanted her to please just play the standard edition and stop asking me every time. I don’t know what Amazon thinks it’s doing, but it is definitely NOT appreciated. Alexa has given us nothing but grief (& higher blood pressure!) Alexa won’t do anything if it isn’t asked in a very specific way or does the wrong thing & 3/4 of the time (seems to get worse and worse as time goes by) just ignores you and shuts down in the middle of saying what you want. Seniors can’t use Alexa because if they say play ‘xyz’ instead of open ‘xzy” they’ll get rap music or something equally as ridiculous. If Alexa is an AI, she’s a pretty stupid one. Alexa can’t hear properly either, I don’t know how people with heavy accents can even use it at all. I asked Alexa to remind me Dawn was coming on xyz day at x time and she said OK, I’ll remind you that Don is …. AND got the time & day wrong! I was clearly enunciating my words on purpose to avoid this. You also can’t tell it to “Remind me Mom’s bedtime is in half an hour at 7:30pm every day.”This Dot has very limited access to much of anything & can only answer very simple questions. It can tell you the generic forcast for your are that day. It can NOT tell you what the high temp was yesterday or how many inches of snow fell the day after a storm. It can’t even tell you what yesterday’s forecast was. It literally has only been able to tell me one thing I asked it (what temp & how long to bake pumpkin seeds). Alexa doesn’t seem to be able to tell you anything you could easily find by googling, you get Sorry, I don’t know that which after a while turns into I don’t know that to being ignored (lights go off, no answer or reply is given). We tried several of the things it says to ask Alexa to do under suggestions, including play Jeopardy and some sort of story game and you could only do it for a few minutes and then were told you have to pay for it. This should be stated clearly in description and is not. We thought Alexa could help entertain our Mother and help her by playing music and answering questions. It has not once done anything she’s asked it to do properly. If you don’t know the exact name of the skill (which is a weird way that means playing a certain type of music or a news station apparently) or say play instead of open you get nothing or something you definitely didn’t want. You can not get it to play relaxing instrumental music to go to sleep by. Or play relaxing instrumental classical music to fall asleep with. Or the style of music played in the royal courts in the time of King Henry the 8th. Or relaxing instrumental lyre music or even just instrumental lyre music or just lyre music. Or relaxing instrumental violin music. In addition to Alexa I have Amazon Prime which is supposed to give you a lot of free music so I don’t get why it can’t play any of the music I ask for. I know there’s usually several albums of music for calming dogs or pets and I couldn’t get any of that either, I only eventually discovered the ‘skills’ thing which has ‘calm my dog’ but also has the annoying do you want standard or premium version. and it won’t just remember you want the standard version. That in itself is extremely annoying and a time waster.AND you can’t ask it to do two things. Like open a music ‘skill’ and play for only xyz time. It does nothing instead. You can’t even ask it separately to stop playing after xyz minutes. You can only separately ask it to set a sleep timer for xyz minutes. More time wasting. More things a senior isn’t going to be able to remember. I don’t dare try to buy anything with it, who knows what I’d get billed for! The only thing Alexa seems to do well is not listen, ignore you, do anything but what you want & strangely, seems to pick up on sarcastic tones of voice & then gets weird & acts up, ignores you & does anything but what you want. I PAID Amazon for this headache maker why? When I say Alexa why are you ignoring me? or why won’t you do what I told you, I either get no response or I don’t know that.I read something about how Amazon, Google, etc is collecting free data about us through our use of the dots, etc. (& is in fact, listening & recording all the time whether the wake word is said or not.) and using it to conduct psychological profiling studies with the end goal of manipulating & or influencing behaviors. I thought it was Big Brother conspiracy theories stuff, but now I am beginning to wonder. Especially as it seems Amazon wants us to or encourages people to humanize Alexa . Amazon actually suggests you “Ask Alexa how she is doing today” Why do that if not to get you to humanize Alexa? And why do that? I was purposely avoiding saying please and thank you not just because it’s supposed to be an electronic box with sophisticated programming, but mostly because I didn’t want to confuse it as it can’t seem to do anything unless specific commands are given, but my Mother has dementia setting in and she thinks it’s a real person talking to her through the dot like a speaker phone so I started saying thank you to please her and Alexa when from saying You’re welcome to You betcha (very annoying BTW) and even OK and Of course. Of course? What, like I’m a puny human and I AM expected to say thank you?.We don’t have a smartphone or smart plugs or smart hub etc. so, or so we don’t use Alexa for turning on lights or setting alarms or making calls. We just wanted something to answer questions like we would google, tell us the weather, news, play music, give us reminders, play games to help keep my Mom’s mind active & keep her company.Can Alexa do this? Not very well as far as I’m concerned. Buyer beware!

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  56. Cinthia mendozaCinthia mendoza

    5.0 de 5 estrellas


    La verdad me gusta mucho tener Alexa porque me gusta mucho escuchar música y cada que le pregunto algo me responde a hecho mis días muy felices sin duda la volvería comprar

  57. Kyle Somers

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    Love our Amazon Echo

    We love our Amazon echo! It is cheap compared to other systems. We have two others, so we were able to connect them for the whole house. We love that you can tell Alexa to play music in one room and it’ll play in all of them! If you are looking for a smart home addition to your household, this is a great one and budget friendly.

  58. Amazon Customer

    5.0 de 5 estrellas

    So far so good

    We’ve only had our Alexa devices setup for about two weeks now, so we’re definitely still working out the kinks. With that said, this is a review of everything I’ve noticed of our entire Alexa ecosystem, which includes 2x Echo Dots, 2x Echo Spots, 2x refurbished Echos, and 1x Echo Sub:Pros: Individually, they all work exactly as they should ALMOST all the time (more on that in the cons section). They all look good, and aren’t big, ugly hunks of metal and plastic taking up space in your house. They were all incredibly easy to get through initial setup (except the Echo Sub, more below). Music sounds good in all of them, to include the Echo Dots (but it sounds GREAT on the Echos, and fantastic on the Echo/Sub pair).Cons: The voice recognition is almost too good for its own good. We have a fairly open floor plan, with an Echo Spot in the living room and an Echo in the kitchen. Sometimes they both hear a demand, and the wrong device (meaning the one farther away) will respond. I find myself occasionally whispering to an Echo device so its friends don’t butt in to the convo.The Echo Sub needed to be reset 3x when I first got it/went to set it up. I had to log in/out of the app a couple times as well before it was recognized and would actually pair to an Echo.Sometimes Alexa tells me she can’t complete a request, then my wife (who uses Alexa far less often than I do) will ask the same request and it works…and vice versa. We haven’t figured out what we’re doing/saying or not doing/not saying for these discrepancies to happen, but hopefully that’ll work itself out with time.The most irritating issue I have so far is getting music to play on the “Everywhere” group. Sometimes I say “Alexa play music everywhere” and it just doesn’t do it. Sometimes it’ll play on only some of the devices, and sometimes it’ll only play on the device I was speaking to. Our house is two stories, and we have two kids and a dog, so we spend a ridiculous amount of our time cleaning/walking up and down the stairs. A big part of the reason I bought these was for the music to fill the house while cleaning, and it oftentimes requires me to spend some time arguing with Alexa to get that to happen. It’s even gotten to the point where I’ve had to go into the app and manually select “Everywhere,” because the voice command just won’t work.Individual components:2x Echo Dots (w/ separately purchased wall mounts): No complaints. They setup just fine, and work perfectly. They’re actually bigger than I thought they would be, and look a little clunky mounted to the wall, but overall they don’t mess up our aesthetic enough for me to dock them a star or anything. 5/5 would recommend.2x Echo Spots: No complaints again. These were the first two devices we bought, and they worked so well I decided to buy the other devices. My favorite part of these is their ability to pull up security cam footage. My desk is in the basement, so it’s nice to say “Alexa show me the driveway” and see who just pulled in, or to say “Alexa show me the front door” when the doorbell rings. I paired these will some web cam covers (also bought on Amazon, of course) so Jeffy and his crew can’t record me all day long.2x refurbished Echos (in charcoal): I bought these to play music, and they sound amazing. We’ll see how they hold up, given that they’re refurbished equipment, but I have my fingers crossed. They also look great, and are not an eye sore like other speakers.1x Echo Sub: The only device that gave me an issue with the setup process. For that, I’d honestly give the Sub 4/5 stars because it really was a pain in the butt getting it properly hooked up. It gave me issues not just connecting to Wifi, but also when pairing with an Echo. Lots of logging in/out of the app, resetting the Sub. Irritating, to say the least. However, with that one star docked, I’d give it a SOLID 4/5 stars. This thing sounds GREAT. I’m a huge music lover, but hip hop/rap is really where my loyalty lies. And I NEED bass when I jam, and this thing delivers bass in spades. Even with the setup issue, I’m planning on buying another for in the basement. If Amazon ever makes a waterproof version, I’ll buy one for outside for bbqs/parties too.

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  59. S. Mayo

    4.0 de 5 estrellas

    So good, and yet…

    The Echo Dot itself is a nice little unit. It’s compact, and if you don’t need a screen or camera it works well for simple device control, weather reports and some uncomplicated questions. You can turn the microphone off if you don’t want it listening to what you’re up to, and it’s wonderful for times and alarms. “Alexa, 30 minute timer” is all you need to say to get beeped in 30 minutes. I like that better than fussing with the timer on my stove. Timers, reminders and alarms (all different things) are probably what I use the most.Where I think it falls down is the AI aspects. I’m sure Amazon is proud of how well it does, and as a software engineer who has done a bit with natural language parsing, I recognize the challenges. But I was writing natural language analyzers in the 90’s as a hobby, that did better than this. Simple example: you can ask for current weather almost anywhere in the world with a simple “Alexa, what’s the temperature in San Jose Costa Rica.” And bang, you get the temperature there. Oh, you want the humidity too? You try “Alexa, what’s the temperature and humidity in San Jose Costa Rica” and it is instantly confused. Yet you can ask for the humidity separately and it can figure that out. Basically, asking for “x and y” instantly confuses it. That’s just bad analysis; kids in grammar school used to be able to diagram sentences and Alexa should be able to as well. That’s one example of many.Using Alexa for web searching is hit or miss, and more miss than hit. She has a few favorite websites she likes to look things up on and for some simple queries that works. But more often than not she comes up with an answer that’s wildly unrelated to the question; these can be laughable moments, but it can also be annoying. She’s no Watson. Don’t buy it if your main hope is getting it to do web searches for you.If you have a few of these in the house, you can use them as intercoms, either point to point or to all devices in the house. “Alexa, intercom, living room” is all it takes. The microphones allow you to have conversations even if you’re across the room from the Echo. You can also set them up to place calls using an iphone account, though you can’t use it to pick up calls to your iphone.Randomly, she loses contact with the internet (and that makes her instantly useless) even when nothing else has connection problems. Power cycling fixes it. Just waiting doesn’t seem to. It’s rare but annoying.You will absolutely want to turn off the option for buying things via an Echo. It sometimes tries to make product suggestions and that’s absolutely untenable. And while they did try to make it hard to order stuff by mistake, and you can set a security code so your children can’t order candy by the metric ton, it’s surely a matter of time before your kids eavesdrop and get the code. I know Amazon wants you to use Alexa as a “shopping assistant” but it’s a foot in the door that you don’t want open in the first place.One awful misfeature – Alexa sometimes tries to be cheery and positive. Occasionally she’ll throw in stuff like “Have a nice day!” or some other meaningless drivel. I don’t see an option to turn it off. I’m sorry, but Alexa is not and will never be a person, and having some algorithm wish me a good day is at best an insincere try at manipulation and at worst some sort of weird attempt to make you trust robots. It’s flat out creepy. When I ask her to reporting something, I want a brief answer and then silence. If I want an actual conversation I’ll talk to my wife, thanks.Sound quality is actually fairly good given the size, which is to say, not special. It’s no audiophile device and using it play even background music is something I just don’t do. It’s fine for news stations on the web. If you want to ruin an early Pentatonix song, have Alexa play it. Ari’s voice is simply out of range. And just forget most Classical.Summary: useful, yes. I might even say Very. Life-changing, not quite. And it could be so much better. Eventually maybe it will be; the language processing is done remotely and I’m sure there are improvements monthly. But as “your plastic pal who’s fun to be with”, or even a device with the language understanding of a four year old, it has a long way to go.

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  60. ackdo

    5.0 de 5 estrellas


    Purchased to use in the kitchen for hands free music. Compact. Really nice. Sounds good. Returned it when the dot 5 came out and pretty much cost the same.

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