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AI / Alexa / Amazon

Echo Spot Gets Its First Accessory

One of the devices Amazon announced at a recent product unveil was a small, round Alexa device with a screen called the Echo Spot. The Echo Spot serves to make for a perfect bedside solution to replace the standard alarm clock. Of course, it has uses other than as a bedside buddy, but that’s the general consensus for usage.

But, like its larger and blocky cousin, the Echo Show, it suffers from a stationary viewing angle. A third party has developed a special stand for the Echo Show, and now Amazon is delivering a similar option for the Echo Spot.


The accessory is nothing more than a simple stand that connects magnetically, but the value of the add-on is probably immeasurable to cranky, non-morning people.

Amazon has the accessory for $20 and comes in black and white colors: Echo Spot Adjustable Stand

The stand will begin delivery on the same day as the Echo Spot which is December 19, 2017.

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