Amazon’s Echo Show 5 Smart Display Packs Plenty Of Privacy Features

May 30, 2019

Category: Tech

A digital companion for your desk is a necessity for those who need to stay organized to keep up with the weekly workload. The Amazon Echo Show 5 Smart Display is the perfect compact digital hub to help you tackle the day’s tasks.

With a 5.5-inch display, the Echo Show 5 is only slightly smaller than the Google Nest Hub, which means it will take up less real estate on your office desk or bedside. It has privacy-oriented features, such as one where you can purge your daily recordings in one command, auto-screen brightness with an ambient light sensor, and a smart home control screen where you can manage all devices paired with Alexa. From the comfort of your desk, you can ask Alexa questions, check the weather forecast, or even view your security camera’s feed. Amazon also mentioned their upcoming support for WikiHow so you can get simple answers to standard questions. You can pick up the Echo Show 5 on June 26 for $90.

Purchase: $90

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