Over at Amazon, you can snag the GGMM E3 Alexa-enabled Bluetooth speaker and alarm clock with 63% off. It regularly goes for $79.99 but entering code GOTKKGVS during checkout saves you over $50 off its purchase and drops it lower than we've ever seen before. There's no word on exactly how long that coupon will remain valid for, so don't skip on it if you want one. The code works on both the black and white models.
Alexa, wake me up in an hour
Ask Alexa to play music from your favorite streaming service, set alarms and timers, control your smart home, and more. The speaker also has an integrated LED clock plus support for Bluetooth, AirPlay, multi-room audio, and more.
$79.98 $50 off
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You might already have an Amazon Echo in your living room for controlling your smart home or an Echo Show in the kitchen for setting timers and looking up recipes. Once you get into the Amazon ecosystem, you soon start to want the Alexa assistant in every room. One area you might not yet have an Echo device just yet is your bedroom, and the E3 makes for the perfect addition.
Firstly, it has an LED clock and works as an alarm. It's a basic feature, but really useful. The best part about the E3, though, is how it implements Alexa. It's not hands-free like your other Echo smart speakers which at first blush sounds like a downside, but actually it means you don't have an always-on mic in your bedroom. Instead, you trigger Alexa's listening with a physical button on the top of the device. Once triggered, Alexa can do basically everything it would on Amazon's own hardware like controlling your smart home, streaming music from various services, setting alarms and timers, and much more.
The GGMM E3 features two 2.5-inch 20W full frequency speaker drivers and two 3-inch bass reinforcing passive radiators so it sounds loud and clear. As well as using Alexa to find and play music for you, you can also send music to the speaker via Bluetooth or AirPlay. It even supports multi-room audio so you can place a bunch of these speakers around your home — up to 16, in fact — and control them all easily.
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