Anyone looking to add the power of Alexa to their car can now do so with a very appealing 60% discount in place. For what is likely to be a very limited period of time, Amazon’s Echo Auto is available to purchase for just $19.99.

For those that may not know what this hardware does, it instantly brings the power of Alexa to your car. Rather than having to pull over, pull your smartphone out, launch the Alexa app, and perform some manual or voice-based tasks, Echo Auto makes it almost instantaneous by allowing drivers and passengers to harness the power of Alexa through a smartphone connection.

The Echo Auto connects to the Alexa app on a connected smartphone and uses the car’s speakers via an auxiliary or Bluetooth input. It also comes with a custom-designed vent mount that keeps the Echo Auto hardware visible and secure when the vehicle is moving. The hardware comes with 8 internal microphones and far-field technology to ensure that voice commands can be heard over the music, air conditioning, and general road noise.

Once this is installed, drivers can use their voice to play music, get the latest news updates, check the local or national weather, control home automation hardware, or even set reminders or add to the shopping list. Before making this purchase, make sure that your car and vents are compatible with the system and then you are good to go with an exceptional deal that sees 60% slashed from the usual selling price of Amazon’s Echo Auto.

This type of discount should definitely be appealing to a wide range of people. especially those who have been considering the Echo Auto but simply didn’t want to pay the full asking price. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve this price so just head on over to the direct product link below to secure this deal.

Buy: Echo Auto Hands-Free Alexa in your Car from Amazon: $19.99 | Original price: $50

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