WSJ: Amazon is making an Alexa-powered pill

WSJ: Amazon is making an Alexa-powered tablet

Amazon is engaged on a brand new system imbued with Alexa’s powers, in accordance with The Wall Road Journal. It will not be yet one more speaker, although: it is a system with a “pill-like pc display” that is codenamed Knight. Lab126, the corporate’s secretive hardware facility, is reportedly within the midst of creating the pill, which sounds prefer it’s meant for the kitchen. WSJ says it’s going to permit customers to load web sites or photographs “even when their arms are coated in flour.” Amazon has been engaged on a excessive-finish kitchen pc for fairly a while, nevertheless it’s unclear if that is the reimagined model of that previous venture.

WSJ did not give out extra particulars about Knight, but when it has Alexa, then it is protected to say that it may well reply to all of the voice instructions you should use with the Echo audio system. Lab126, by the best way, additionally created Amazon’s different units. It was initially shaped to design the Kindle e-readers and went on to develop the Hearth tablets, telephone and TV, the Echo and Faucet audio system, in addition to the e-retailer’s Sprint buttons.

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