What you need to know
- The display now rotates so that the info is always visible to you as you move through the room.
- The Echo Show 10 has an improved 10" screen with a 13MP camera.
- Amazon is also updating the visual interface to be even more helpful and accessible.
The best smart speakers can be useful in many ways, and adding on a screen makes them that even more helpful. The Amazon Echo Show 10 has gotten a refresh today and brings even more benefits to your home.
The new Echo Show 10 is a new smart speaker with a display that will rotate to move with you. This is so the visual part of your interaction is always available to you as you change places in the room, and is powered by the new AZ1 Neural processor in conjunction with a new 13MP camera to offer pan and zoom.
As you interact with your Echo Show 10, the speaker can triangulate your location in the room by utilizing sound localization and computer vision models to ensure that the display is always visible. Amazon says it worked hard to make the motor virtually silent so that it isn't disruptive to the people watching content or standing around talking.
Amazon has also brought a refresh to the density of the info shown on the Echo Show 10's screen, with the purpose of making essential information easy to see and react to.
The Echo Show 10 will launch "in time for the holidays" for $250 in either white or black.
Keep the action on camera hands-free.
The Echo Show keeps getting beefier, but the real fun here is Smart Motion, which will have the screen and camera on the Echo Show 10 follow you around the room so that you can always see what's being displayed.
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