Amazon Echo (Early Beta Version)
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[Amazon – Introducing Amazon Echo]
When it first arrived from Amazon, I didn’t know what it was.
What is it?
Is it for me?
It’s for everyone.
It’s called Amazon Echo.
How’s it going?
I’m just finishing up right now.
Is it on?
Oh, it’s always on.
Can it hear me right now?
Nope, it only hears you when you use the wake word we chose, Alexa.
Well, what does it do?
Alexa, what do you do?
I can play music, answer questions, get the news and weather, create to do lists, and much more.
Alexa, play rock music.
(rock music starts)
(rock music stops)
Wait, I want to try. Alexa, what time is it?
The time is 3:27.
You actually don’t have to yell it, ok, it uses far-field technology so it can hear you from anywhere in the room.
So it can just hear you anywhere?
Yes, well everyone can hear you anyway.
Oh, is that where we are going to put it?
I was thinking of putting it there, but it works anywhere.
Echo is pretty neat because it knows all sorts of things, all you have to do is ask.
Alexa, how tall is Mt. Everest?
Mt. Everest’s height is twenty nine thousand and twenty nine feet, eight thousand eight hundred and forty-eight meters.
How can it know so much, it’s so small?
It updates using the cloud, that’s also how it gets its answers.
You just read that off the box-top.
Dad really likes that Echo just plugs in so we never have to charge it.
Plus, Echo is really good at keeping track of things like shopping and to-do lists.
Alexa, add wrapping paper to the shopping list.
I’ve put wrapping paper on your shopping list.
Alexa, how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon?
One tablespoon equals three teaspoons.
Alexa, set a timer for 8 minutes.
Eight minutes starting now.
Dad’s not a morning person, but Echo definitely helps him wake up.
(alarm making noise)
Alexa, alarm off.
You gotta get up.
Mmm, it’s Saturday.
Alexa, what day is it?
Today is Thursday, November 13.
I’m up, I’m up.
Alexa, give me my Flash News Briefing.
Here’s your Flash Briefing – from NPR news in Washington, I’m Lakshmi Singh.
Mom, what did the dog say after a long day of work?
Today was rough. (laughs) Get it, get it?
Yeah, I get it.
Alexa, tell me another joke.
I was wondering why the baseball was getting bigger, and then it hit me.
Sometimes Echo helps out when you least expect it.
Hey Dad, how do you spell cantaloupe?
Ah, Cantaloupe, C A N T
Alexa, how do you spell cantaloupe?
Cantaloupe is spelled C A N T A L O U P E.
Echo loves to play music and knows a lot of songs and they always sound great.
Alexa, play my dance mix.
The playlist Dance.
(dance music starts playing)
(music stops playing)
Alexa, define “annoying.”
The term annoying means 1) causing irritation or annoyance.
Example: my brother.
And with the companion app, you can access Echo from anywhere.
(romantic music playing)
With everything Echo can do, it’s really become part of the family.
To experience Echo, go to amazon.com/echo.
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