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Google’s Chromecast Audio may be discontinued, but it’s not the only device that lets you connect your existing speakers to the internet. Amazon’s recently-introduced Echo Input is a small device that you can plug into most speaker setups to add voice controls and internet access.

Normally priced at $35, the Echo Input is on sale for the first time since launch: you can currently pick one up for $20.

Amazon Echo Input

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One reply on “Daily Deals (1-14-2019)”

  1. Adding always on voice control to everything is really getting to me. I DON’T WANT a voice assistant in everything. In fact, I don’t want one anywhere in my home. I am concerned that many of these devices will not work at all unless they are set up and connected to the internet. How about a toaster that will not toast bread unless you agree to their license agreement (you did read it, didn’t you)? I suspect all these manufactures are drooling at the opportunity to have a secondary income stream from any/all personal information they can hoover up then sell once their device is connected. Go ahead and laugh but remember Microsoft’s license agreement that you have to agree to in order to use that Windows computer you bought? How about the agreement you have to agree to in order to use your Android phone? You gave Microsoft/Google the right to your personal information when you agreed to their terms (like anyone as a choice). All these “smart” devices will be no different.

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