The Amazon Echo’s first big selling point is that it’s a speaker, which makes it the perfect companion for Amazon’s growing Prime service.
But it’s the company’s $99 device that really stands out in this new report from Business Insider.
Amazon has launched a $99 tablet for those who can’t get the Echo.
It’s the first of many that Amazon will introduce over the coming months.
But there’s one thing Amazon isn’t doing: charging a fee to get one.
“We’re not charging for our speakers,” Amazon says.
The company has a “Prime Offer,” which lets you get a free Amazon Echo for 30 days.
This means that if you already own the Echo, you can get the new device for free.
And, if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you get two free Echo devices per year for life.
But you’re not limited to just the Echo device.
“Prime members have an additional 20% discount on select products on the Amazon App Store,” Amazon tells Business Insider in an email.
The device is also available for pre-order.
And if you want to get a more hands-on experience with the device, you’ll be able to do that through the Amazon Store.
“The Amazon App store offers additional Amazon devices and accessories to customers,” Amazon adds.
Amazon’s new $99 iPad is actually the only tablet that Amazon has ever offered for sale.
But the company has already announced plans to add more iPad devices to its tablet lineup over the next year.
“In the coming years, we plan to bring many new and exciting products to the iPad,” Amazon writes.
“These devices include: a tablet with more power and expandability, including the new Amazon Fire TV,” the company continues.
“An iPad with more advanced features, including improved performance and a new user interface, such as Siri,” the email adds.
But Amazon isn-t offering up any pricing information for the new iPad, either.
The new iPad has a 3.6-inch screen, which is larger than the smaller iPad 2.
The price of the new tablet is $199.99, which puts it behind only the $159.99 iPad Pro.
But, as Business Insider notes, if the new $199 iPad Pro were priced the same as the current iPad, the company would be charging $249 for it.
But that’s not the case.
Instead, Amazon is charging $29.99 for the tablet.
And the $149.99 version of the iPad Pro will also be available for free, at $149 a pop.
That means that the new 3.5-inch iPad Pro would cost $169, which isn’t much different from what the $129.99 model of the current model costs.
That’s the same $49 price point that Amazon is offering the new 5.5″ iPad Pro for.
That model, however, will be the first model to come with an IR blaster, which can turn the device into a Wi-Fi enabled remote control for your phone.
If you already have an Amazon Echo, then you should be able use the device to control your TV, your home entertainment system, and more.
But if you haven’t yet, you might want to wait until the company does roll out a second generation of the $79 Echo.
Amazon also announced the availability of a new Amazon TV set.
The Amazon TV is a $149 set-top box that lets you stream video from Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service and Amazon’s original shows and movies.
The set-up is similar to what you get with the Echo Dot.
But instead of a dedicated remote for your TV set, you have an HDMI port, a built-in Wi-fi antenna, and an HDMI to VGA adapter.
Amazon claims that the TV has more than 200 channels, including Amazon’s own channels, but that’s based on Amazon’s listing on Amazon.com.
The TV has a remote, too, but the Amazon description says that it “features a built in speaker and a remote for easy setup and control.”
The Amazon description does state that the set-thru remote can be used with an Apple TV, Roku, or Chromecast.
But unlike the Echo and Echo Dot, the Amazon TV does not include an Ethernet port.
Instead it only uses a USB Type-C port.
You’ll need a USB-C cable to connect it to your computer, and you’ll need to install a third-party USB-cable adapter to connect to your TV.
The $99 Amazon TV comes in two sizes: a 4K-capable model that has the Alexa feature, and a 4:4:4-capacitive model that doesn’t.
But since the Amazon price is $99, the new 4K model will be $129 with the Alexa device and $149 with the 4:6:4 adapter.
The 4K set-to-threshold is about $70, but it should be more affordable for the average consumer