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Amazon Echo is designed around your voice – it's hands-free and always on. Customers ask Echo for information, music, news, and weather from across the room and get answers instantly. The all-new Amazon Echo Dot enables customers to add Alexa to any room. With the same far-field voice recognition as Amazon Echo, the Echo Dot has a built-in speaker and also connects over Bluetooth or with the included audio cable—to your own speaker.
Amazon Tap is a portable Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled speaker that gives you rich, full-range sound. Dual stereo speakers with Dolby processing offer crisp vocals and extended bass response. And unlike other Bluetooth speakers that only face forward, Amazon Tap has dual stereo speakers that provide immersive, 360 degree omni-directional audio. When connected to Wi-Fi or a mobile hotspot, just tap the microphone button and ask for music, hear news, search for information, order a pizza, and more with the Alexa Voice Service.