It has the ability to learn the layout of a home and knows where things are, such as windows, in order to tell them that they are open when they shouldn’t be. It also detects pets to keep an eye on them and can be associated with Ring devices to proactively send alarms.
In security matters, Amazon announced a new range of cameras, both exterior and interior, with greater capabilities to identify the distance of the people it detects in the frame. Their prices range from $29.99 to $229.99 and will be available later this year.
On the home connectivity side, the company talked about other news for its Eero line and improving home Wi-Fi with Eero Poe 6, which provides Wi-Fi 6 for $299.99, Eero PoE Gateway, which is focused on a business internet for $649.99. However, both devices have been announced for the United States and Canada for the time being.
More forms of entertainment to close the event
At the end of the event, Amazon presented new entertainment devices, among which the Fire TV Cube stood out, which delivers content in 4K Ultra HD quality, in addition to being the company’s first Wi-Fi 6 streaming player.