Amazon just announced Echo Loop, a $130 smart ring that lets you 'discreetly' get alerts from Alexa
- Amazon held an event on Wednesday introducing new Alexa-enabled devices.
- The company announced Echo Buds, a Smart Oven, and more.
- The Echo Loop will only be available by invitation at first, with an introductory price of $99. After that period is up, it will cost $130.
- One of the new products is a smart ring called the Echo Loop that connects to Alexa.
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Amazon is pitching this product as "super easy to connect with Alexa without breaking stride or digging out your phone, for those simple things like turning on the lights or calculating the tip on your lunch bill." Once you press the button, you can talk to Alexa and hear an answer through the speaker.
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