Amazon’s new Echo Show 10 smart display with a screen that moves so that it’s always looking at you like a pair of eyeballs from one of those creepy paintings is set to begin shipping later this month. But it might not be the only new Amazon Echo device coming this year.

Bloomberg reports that the company may launch a new model that’s designed to be wall mounted and which could serve as a controller for all your smart home devices, among other things. It might also have the largest display of any Echo-branded product to date. But it also might not launch until next year, if it launches at all.

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  1. Every “smart device” is always trying to be the hub for every other “smart device”.
    In effect, the hub is Amazon or Google.

  2. “Alphabet’s VC Arm Backs OnePlus Co-Founder’s ‘Nothing’ Company [Bloomberg” links to…. nothing….?

  3. There’s plenty of people using Home Assistant, OpenHAB, etc with a stripped down cheap Kindle Fire inside a 3D printed enclosure as a home control wall panel. It makes sense for Amazon to make a device for the folks who’ve decided an Alexa/Zigbee only type hub is sufficient for their needs.