Amazon Luna, new Echo speakers, Fire TV, a flying Ring drone-cam and more: Every new product announced this fall

Amazon surprised us at the Fall Devices and Services event with its new device Luna Cloud-Gaming ServicesWith expected updates to its line of Echo, Fire TV and Ring products. When we roll into the holiday shopping season, and for the first time, we help Amazon discuss, Prime day. (The annual sale is usually held in July, but this year it is starting on October 13.) This means addressing and addressing Alexa everywhere – indoors and out – Secluded Concerns, which was a big story in 2019 for both Ring and Alexa. In a life-at-home existence, millions of us hunker down for the long haul, home-related concepts that Amazon has been developing over the years have become more relevant than ever.

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The company’s Echo and Fire TV products will be the first to earn stability badges, and it is working on reducing power consumption in devices with a new low-power mode and an energy dashboard integrated with Alexa. Amazon also promised to build solar and wind farms to generate energy to match the consumption of all its equipment.

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The company launched a cloud-gaming service on top of Amazon Web Services that runs on PC, Fire TV, and even iOS. There is a Luna Plus game channel with a curated set of games, and Amazon is partnering with publisher Ubisoft for the availability of some of them for 1 day.

It has a custom $ 50 controller that connects directly to the cloud instead of a local device.

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It’s custom controllers that connect directly to the cloud, which Amazon says reduces the roundtrip latency from 17 milliseconds to 30 ms compared to a controller connected to a PC, Mac, or Fire TV from Bluetooth.

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Redesigned with the new spherical shape and capable of adapting to the room’s acoustics, the fourth-gen Echo formerly includes the Echo Plus. It is also a bridge to Amazon’s sidewalk network and includes neural network technology to speed up Alexa.

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It gets the same redesign as the Spherical Echo, but now sports a stylish cloth cover and an improved speaker.


Along with some kid-friendly features, also rounded up, the children’s version includes voice profiles for children and sidekick, which lets Alexa read for them.


It now has zigbee and sidewalk hubs, and it cools when it cooks in your direction. For privacy, there is a built-in camera shutter, and all Echo devices have the ability to review privacy settings and “delete everything I’ve ever said”. It will also support Hulu, Netflix and Prime Video.

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The Pro 6 is basically the same as the Eero 6, but is designed to handle high bandwidths up to gigabit, unlike a 500Mbps – connection.

Ring Car Products: $ 60- $ 200

Three new car-centric ring products

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Ring’s $ 200 Ring Car Cam will help users document traffic stops, collisions and other road incidents.

Debuting with Tesla, the $ 200 Connect uses a vehicle’s built-in external cameras to capture video in the event that something happens while driving or parking a car.

Finally, Ring’s $ 60 car alarm plugs into the onboard diagnostic port of your car and uses sound and accelerometer sensors to monitor the vehicle for bumps, break-ins, tow or other events.

There are no product pages on Amazon yet, but we will add them here when they arrive.

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It is similar to the all-new Fire TV Stick, but lacks integrated TV control on the remote.

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Reformed, 24 September: The maximum resolution of the Fire TV Stick is 1080p, not 4K as the previous version of this story.

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