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Date published: 2019-09-26
Originally published: Here. Excerpt below.


Amazon Echo Frames let you talk to Alexa wherever you go, but have no camera or HUD.
James Martin/CNET
We knew that Amazon would announce a heap of devices like five new Echo smart speakers, more Ring smart home security and new Alexa commands at its news-packed smart home event on Wednesday, but the new Echo Frames smart glasses ($180) and Echo Loop smart ring ( $130) threw us for, well, something of a loop.
These two wearable devices put Amazon's digital Alexa assistant on your body in a way that's different than the more expected earbuds route (though there are new Echo Buds, too, for $130 or £120). By bringing Alexa to your face and your hand, Amazon might be trying to get more personal with the little voice in the device.
The Echo Frames and Echo Loop raise a host of questions about what they do, who they're for, what kind of customization options there are and even how to buy them (it's not as easy as walking into a store or buying them on Amazon.com). Here's what we know so far, and what we don't.
Why did Amazon make the Echo Loop and Echo Frames?
Wearables are a potentially huge technology sector, but so far only smartwatches and fitness trackers have really taken off. Several companies, notably Google and even Amazon itself, have already introduced smart glasses to the market (think Google Glass), but they've hardly been mainstream.
At $179 and $129 respectively, Echo Frames and the Echo Loop offer consumers the ability to take Alexa and its extensive collection of skills with them wherever they go, at a relatively inexpensive price. This could help further expand Amazon's already healthy lead in the digital assistant and smart product space, a dominance achieved thanks in part to the popularity of Amazon Echo ($70 at Amazon) devices.
The Echo Loop is an Alexa-powered smart ring that dishes out reminders and can even function as a speakerphone.
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This is what the Echo Frames do
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