Grab the 2nd Gen Echo Frames for $190 now (save $80)
Whether you need a pair of smart sunglasses for on the go or want a high-tech option for staying connected this summer, Amazon’s second-generation Echo frames are worth considering, and they offer a number of improvements over the first generation model. Audio glasses are gaining traction, but they can be an expensive splurge. Getting your hands on a pair of Echo frames will normally set you back $270, but Amazon has slashed the price by $80 right now, meaning you can pick up a pair for just $190.
Echo Frames are compatible with iPhone and Android, and when you pair these glasses with your device via Bluetooth, you’ll be able to make phone calls; listen to music, audiobooks and other content; check the news; set reminders or even control compatible smart devices, hands-free. They’ll support access to Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri from a compatible device, and you can customize the notifications that reach your executives so you’re not bombarded with irrelevant alerts.
With open-ear audio, you can always stay aware of your surroundings and the frames will automatically adjust the volume based on the detected noise level. They are also IPX4 splash resistant against water and sweat. Battery life varies, but according to Amazon, you should get at least two hours of talk time, Alexa interactions, and playback over a 14-hour day, or up to four hours of uninterrupted listening from charge. And when you want some privacy, you can mute the mic.
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