Amazon announces multiple new products, allowing consumers to control more devices through more channels to Alexa

September 27, 2019
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by Jerrold Wang
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Amazon announced more than 10 new products, ranging from wireless earphones, smart glasses, and a smart ring to control Alexa to a bedside "companion" and new wireless technology. These announced products enable consumers to manage more devices through more channels to Alexa. Amazon has an ambition of sticking consumers to its device ecosystem, through which the company can leverage various devices to analyze consumers and predict and influence consumer demand. Clients making consumer devices should integrate products with AI and IoT capabilities, following the trend of smart devices. Clients should also join the ecosystems (like those of Amazon, Google, and Apple) to form synergy with other devices in the ecosystems.

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