Amazon hosted an invite-only product launch event on Thursday, and we took a look at. A new mobile smart display has been announced, called the Amazon Echo Show 10. It costs $ 250 (£ 240) and will be available “soon”.
The Echo Show 10 is Amazon’s first motorized smart display. It uses the sound localization and computer vision models of the AZ1 Neural Edge processor to triangulate your location in the room and rotate the screen towards you. Alexa does not use facial recognition to identify a specific person; it is only in search of a human form. All of the screen’s person search data is stored locally, according to Amazon, so nothing is ever stored in a cloud.
You will be able to use Show 10 for video calls with Zoom, Skype, Alexa Group Calling, and Amazon Chime conferencing. The Echo Show 10 will broadcast Netflix, Hulu, and Prime Video. The screen comes with an integrated ZigBee hub andto connect other smart home devices.
If you’re not near your Echo Show 10, you can control the camera from your phone’s Alexa app with remote pan and zoom functions. This remote access also works withto scan a zoom periodically and alert you if a person is detected.
The Echo Show 10 has a 10-inch HD screen, a 13-megapixel camera, a 2.1 sound system and adaptive sound. If you’re not in the mood to follow your smart screen, the Echo Show 10 includes a physical camera shutter or you can say, “Alexa, turn off the motion.”
Like all new Echo devices from Amazon, the Echo Show 10 is ”Which means Amazon built it with recycled materials and supports low power mode for energy savings.
The Echo Show 10 is Amazon’s fifth smart display, after the original, , and . This is a developing story, and we’ll continue to update this post with details of the event.