Amazon Bundles the Echo Dot with the Logitech Harmony Elite

The Amazon Echo Dot has already received some high praise due to how well it truly works, especially for its price tag. It's essentially a much smaller Amazon Echo, and the price definitely shows, with it coming in at just $50 as its regular price tag. Amazon has been bundling the Echo Dot with other smart home products that are compatible with Alexa, and the latest bundle to appear on their website is the Amazon Echo Dot and the Logitech Harmony Elite, and it's under $300.

Now the Logitech Harmony Elite allows you to control up to 15 devices in your home entertainment center with just one controller. However with this bundle, you'll be able to control them all by using your voice, thanks to Alexa. So you can do things like telling Alexa to play a movie on your TV and using the Logitech Harmony Elite, she'll be able to do that for you. The Logitech Harmony Elite is normally about $300 itself, so you are not only saving a few bucks on the Logitech Harmony Elite, but also getting an Amazon Echo Dot essentially for free.

If you've been under a rock and are not aware of what the Amazon Echo Dot can do, there's a ton. In fact, it may be easier to list off the things she can't do. But Alexa is built into the Amazon Echo Dot, and she has all kinds of skills available. Allowing you to do things like read off headlines from popular news sites, to keep you up-to-date with what's going on in the news. You can also use Alexa to order you an Uber and even order pizza from Dominos. Of course when it comes to the smart home, there are also things like controlling your lights if you use Philips Hue, or Belkin's WeMo systems. And that's really just a small sampling of what Alexa can do. Amazon is always updating Alexa and giving her more and more skills that are useful.

You can pick up this new Amazon Echo Dot bundle from the link down below, it's currently priced at $287, which is a pretty awesome price to say the least.

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