Posted by Ars Technic on January 13, 2019 03:11:30Amazon has announced that the company will be offering cheap, microcontroller-based accessories to customers who want to buy a cheap, affordable version of the company’s Echo speaker.
The company said that it has sold over 2 million Echo accessories since it launched the device in 2016, and that it plans to offer an additional 3,000 to 5,000 products on the platform in the future.
Those new products will range from cheap to the priciest, but the company is promising a much more affordable product line.
Here are the basics of how to purchase a microcontroller for $19.99:1.
Use Amazon’s online shop to order from the Amazon Echo online store.2.
Use the Alexa button on your Echo to add it to your shopping cart.3.
You’ll see the Alexa app in the top right corner of the Echo screen, where it will tell you how much the device is available for purchase.
Amazon has already announced that it is offering a wide range of Echo accessories for a fraction of the price of its own products.4.
Once you’ve added the device to your cart, you’ll see a “Search” button in the upper right corner.
Click that and you’ll be presented with a searchable selection of Amazon products.5.
The items you see in the list should be the same as the ones you see on Amazon.com.6.
Click on one of the items in the search results and it’ll take you to the item’s Amazon store page.
You can also click on the item to view the listing in detail, such as price, stock status, availability, and more.