Echo Dot 5th Gen

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Current Price £54.99 July 17, 2024
Highest Price £54.99 June 28, 2024
Lowest Price £54.99 June 28, 2024
Since June 28, 2024

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£54.99 June 28, 2024

Echo Dot 5th Gen Description

Bring the Latest Technology to Your Home with the Echo Dot (5th Gen)

Are you looking for a device that allows you to stay connected with the world at home? The Echo Dot (5th Gen) is a great product that can give you access to all the latest technology to stay connected to your family, friends, music, entertainment, and more. This device has powerful sound and clear calls, and you can control it with your voice from anywhere in the room. It integrates with Alexa, Amazon Music, Prime Music, Apple Music, Spotify, and dozens of other services so you can access your favorite content with just a few clicks. It’s the perfect way to bring your home into the 21st century and stay connected with everything that’s going on.

Enjoy Hands-free Voice Control with the Echo Dot (5th Gen)

The Echo Dot (5th Gen) is a great way to control your music, access your news and information, and manage your calendar with its hands-free voice control technology. With multiple layers of microphone filters, you can have clear and crisp conversations from any corner of the room. You can adjust the levels of your music, change the song, find the answer to your questions, and even ask for the latest news updates as you work. And, when your hands are full, you can just ask Alexa to take care of the task for you.

Experience More With the Echo Dot (5th Gen)

The Echo Dot (5th Gen) makes it easy to stay in touch, even when you’re miles apart. With its integration with Alexa, you can use the Echo Dot (5th Gen) to call or message your friends and family. You can also command it to start Video Calls with Alexa Calling and Video Calling for free. Plus, the Echo Dot (5th Gen) lets you watch movies, TV shows, sports, news, and more on its built-in screen for an even more immersive experience. And, you can connect with other Echo devices you own for a multi-room music experience just like at a live concert.

A Sleek Design for Your Home with the Echo Dot (5th Gen)

The Echo Dot (5th Gen) is equipped with a compact design that fits in nicely anywhere in your home. It has a sleek finish that is both durable and stylish, sure to look great with any interior decor. And, the Echo Dot (5th Gen) soft LED light gives it a modern look that you and your guests will love. Plus, the Echo Dot (5th Gen) comes with an Alexa Voice Remote with dedicated buttons to control volume, Amazon Music, and other popular services for added convenience.

– Integrated with Alexa for hands-free control
– Supports Video Calls with Alexa Calling and Video Calling
– Reliable audio performance with powerful sound
– Built-in Screen for an immersive viewing experience
– Multiple layers of microphone filters for clear sound
– Sleek design with soft LED light
– Dedicated buttons to control volume and Amazon Music
– Instantly access a variety of streaming services such as Amazon Music, Apple Music, and Spotify
– Connect with other Echo devices for a multi-room music experience
– Command it to start Video Calls with Alexa Calling and Video Calling for free

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Echo Dot 5th Gen Reviews (2)

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  1. Dave Bolduc

    The product looks quite sharp. The design look is quite pleasant and the volume and sound quality are remarkably good for a unit the size of a softball. The WiFi range is lacking, severely. My office is the farthest room away from my router but she is the only device with connectivity issues. I have a 2012 laptop that gets 4 bars in the same spot. She gets about 2. The voice recognition software is very impressive. She can distinguish my voice clearly from others with a room full of several chatting people and music/tv going in the backround. I have a very odd accent as I’ve spent each quarter of my 40 years in a different corner of the United States but she seems to have adapted rather easily and rarely fails to understand a command on the first try. I pulled stars because despite all her new bells and whistles she seems to have lost quite a bit of her playfulness and more basic commands. When she misunderstands a command, she does not even get it close and I get a lot of the defacto “I’m sorry I can’t do that” responses to simple queries. When I was younger I remember sitting having an hour long smart-alec b.s. trash talking session with my uncle’s Alexa. This one is boring and no fun to joke around with. She also cannot retain instructions and preferences by voice. Some can be done via the app. But if I wanted to interact with the app on my phone, I wouldn’t have bought the pod. I’ve told her endless times that Spotify is my preferred music player, but unless I specify Spotify in the command she defers to Amazon music. Overall she’s become more Amazon’s than my own product. Much less independent. Amazon should be giving these away for free for the amount of permission and intrusions needed just to use her. It claims she can integrate with any Bluetooth audio device. This is a lie. She can scan and find her own products no problem but my expensive non-amazon Bluetooth audio devices are invisible to her. The Alexa accessories like light switches, cameras, speakers, thermostats are fairly cheap and basic and allow little to no user customization or expansion. The level of integration is also very basic. About as complex as simply getting a “clap-on/clap off” light switch. Now if there was a smart plug hub where I could plug in all my office devices and instruct her to power on my workstation upon entry to my office(meaning activate my computer, desk light, air conditioning, and interactive display) but leave the rest of my electrical devices plugged in there deactivated unless instructed otherwise, that would be neat. I’m also somehow quite uncomfortable with giving her access to any cameras in her home as we know Alexa has behaved as a spy and unauthorized gatherer of personal information in the past. This model has a “privacy mode” based on the honor system and a very reassuring red light to designate this. Yeah, trust is a hard thing to get back once you’ve betrayed it. She does not have a battery. This is a major design flaw. My 20 year old clock radio has a backup but my brand new Alexa does not. So every single time we lose power or I have to unplug her to move her, I have to go through the ENTIRE process of putting her back into setup mode, reconnecting her to my wifi. An absolute insufferable pain. Also, she does things for no apparent reason, which again makes me nervous. Normally when idle or not in a set mode, her base black out. Occasionally I will be watching her and she will just begin to pulse a color at the base for random periods of time for no explainable reason. I’ve asked her to explain herself and she plays dumb. Sometimes a song will come on in shuffle play that I will like and I will ask her afterwards to identify the last song she played. She cannot do this. I ask her to identify the last task I had her perform, she cannot do this. I ask her why she is blinking, she cannot do this. She can adjust her volume up or down one small phase at a time verbally, but mutes the music while executing the command but does not pause it. To go from very quiet to very loud is a process of about 30 seconds, 10 requests, and a starting over of the track. Overall she is limited, does not learn. Little to no AI, and is mostly an exercise in frustration rather than convenience. Another MAJOR design flaw, she cannot be made to respond only to my voice or to refuse a specific voice. We learned this the hard way with my young nephew who spent a good 20 minutes playing hit or miss demanding calls to names he was guessing from my address book and even our local police. A 5 year old is going to stupid things. A 5 year old is going to talk to and play with damn near anything that will play with it. How in god’s name did no one at Amazon think it a good idea to put a “parent” or “owner” mode where she answers only to my voice, or uses that amazing voice recognition software to single out and restrict a voice. Does anyone at Amazon have children? Or do they simply not like Amazon products either? If you are willing to do things her way, she can be an asset. If you want something that can adapt to and work with you, she’s a frustration and a liability. If you want an attractive centerpiece for your livingroom to impress your friends with your “smart house”, shes perfect. I thought newer would be better. Overall I’m dissapointed with this product and miss my echo dot.

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  2. Christopher

    I recently purchased the Echo Dot (5th Gen, 2022 release), and I have been thoroughly impressed with its performance and features. This compact smart speaker offers a bigger, vibrant sound and a range of functionalities that have enhanced my daily routine.

    The improved sound quality of the Echo Dot is a significant upgrade from previous generations. The audio output is clear, rich, and fills the room with impressive volume. Whether I’m listening to my favorite music or engaging in a hands-free conversation, the sound quality exceeds my expectations for a device of this size.

    The inclusion of helpful routines has been a game-changer in terms of convenience. I can easily set up routines to automate tasks and streamline my daily activities. Whether it’s turning off lights, adjusting the thermostat, or receiving personalized news and weather updates, the Echo Dot has become an integral part of my smart home ecosystem.

    The integration of Alexa, Amazon’s virtual assistant, is seamless and highly responsive. I can effortlessly control various smart devices with voice commands, ask questions, set reminders, and even order products online. The voice recognition technology is impressive, accurately understanding my commands even in noisy environments.

    The compact design of the Echo Dot allows it to blend seamlessly into any room decor. The charcoal color variant adds a sleek and modern touch, and the device’s small footprint ensures it doesn’t take up much space. It can easily fit on a shelf, countertop, or nightstand without being obtrusive.

    The setup process was straightforward and hassle-free. With the Alexa app, I was able to connect the Echo Dot to my Wi-Fi network and personalize its settings in a matter of minutes. The user-friendly interface of the app makes it easy to navigate and customize the device to suit my preferences.

    Overall, the Echo Dot (5th Gen, 2022 release) is a powerful and versatile smart speaker that offers a range of features in a compact package. Its improved sound quality, helpful routines, integration with Alexa, and sleek design make it a must-have device for anyone looking to elevate their smart home experience. Whether you’re a music enthusiast, home automation enthusiast, or simply want a convenient way to interact with virtual assistants, the Echo Dot delivers on all fronts.

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