Woot offers the 1st-gen Echo Show in new condition for only $ 100 today

Woot currently offers Amazon & # 39; s 1st Generation Echo Show in black or white for just $ 99.99. This temporary deal offers the original Show smart speaker in brand new condition with a 1-year Amazon warranty for $ 20 less than refurbished models that are regularly sold at Amazon.

With its 7-inch screen, the 1st-gen Echo Show gives you access to Amazon video content, song lyrics, security cameras, photos, weather forecasts, audible audio books and more. What is really cool is that you can do all that hands free and even call family or friends with an Echo Spot, Echo Show or the Alexa app. Alexa from Amazon makes voice control over all functions of the Echo Show possible, and with his eight microphones he can hear you from any direction.

Although the original Echo Show has been replaced by the 2nd-gen model with its improved sound and larger screen, the 1st-gen model has been well received since its release and is a great entry point to the Alexa ecosystem for $ 100, especially considering the price. it sold for $ 130 for a while after the updated model was released. At Amazon, more than 17,500 reviewers give the original Echo Show an average of 4.1 stars.

Remember that Amazon Prime members also receive free shipping with Woot.

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