Amazon didn’t design the Alexa Dot to be a stylish addition to your home. It’s essentially a hockey puck with a glowing ring and buttons on top and two small holes for an external speaker and power on the side. It’s not glamorous, by any means.
I think Google saw this immediately and is probably the reason why you can quickly shift the Google Home device between colored bases. You can get additional Google Home bases for $20-$40.
But, thanks to Amazon’s after-market offering you can dress-up your Alexa Dot in a variety of colors. Six different colors and two different textiles: charcoal fabric, indigo fabric, sandstone fabric, merlot leather, midnight leather, and saddle tan leather.
These are essentially sleeves that wrap around the Alexa Dot to help you match the style of any room.
The fabric sleeves are $15, while the leather sleeves are $19.
You can find them here: Amazon Echo Dot Case
But, hey…if you want to get really crazy and outfit the hard rock man-cave or college dorm, there’s this…
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