The Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Generation) is a surprising product. It’s small, but it offers a gateway into the world of the smart home and improved audio over its previous models, as well as the Google Home Mini.
According to Amazon, the Amazon Echo Dot, which is now available in its third (and best) iteration, is the best-selling speaker of all-time.
Despite recently launching the Amazon Echo Dot with Clock, which comes with a built-in LED time display, the third-gen Echo Dot is still absolutely worth buying.
This impressive little smart speaker makes calls almost anywhere in your country of residence, gives you control of your smart home with a few commands and streams music from a handful of the world’s top music services. So although it may be small, it sure packs a punch.
But despite all the iterations, the Echo Dot still lacks a few essentials, most notably the 3.5mm auxiliary cord. It’s not the simplest Amazon Echo speaker though; the Amazon Echo Input, adds Alexa smart capability to a connected speaker, without having the ability to play music itself.
- Small, fabric design
- Easy setup and integration
- Clear call quality
- Improved Alexa app
- No auxiliary cable included
- Sound quality isn’t quite there
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