All-New Echo Dot (4th Gen) Smart Speaker
The all-new Echo Dot with Clock is our most famous Alexa-enabled smart speaker. Crisp vocals and balanced bass are delivered by the sleek, lightweight design for a complete sound.
The LED monitor shows the time, alarms, and timers, which makes it ideal for your nightstand. Snooze an alert by tapping the top.
Ready to assist – Tell a joke, play music, answer questions, play the news, check the weather, set alarms, and more by asking Alexa.
Control your smart home with your voice with compatible devices, use your voice to switch on lights, change thermostats, and lock doors.
The all-New Echo Dot (4th Gen) Alexa-enabled smart speaker Glacier White And Twilight Blue
The Echo Dot comes pre-configured to bind to your home network. Alexa is available on Fire OS, Android, and iOS devices, as well as via your web browser. Operating systems that are supported. Subscriptions or other payments may be required for certain skills and services.
Speaker size: 1.6″ External speakers can be connected through a 3.5 mm line out (audio cable not included).
Support for the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) for audio streaming from your mobile device to the Echo Dot or from the Echo Dot to a Bluetooth speaker. Voice control of connected mobile devices using the Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP). Mac OS X devices do not allow hands-free voice control. PIN-code-required Bluetooth speakers are not supported.
Wake word technology, streaming indicators, a microphone off button, and the ability to access and remove your voice recordings are only a few of the features available. To learn more about how Alexa and Echo systems protect your privacy, go to the Alexa Privacy Hub.
Customers with vision, hearing, mobility, or speech disabilities can find many features in the Alexa app and Alexa-enabled items. To learn more about Alexa’s accessibility, click here.
A community network that can help your Echo device reconnect to your Wi-Fi router when you change your password or network name, as well as simplifying Echo device setup. Sidewalk consumes a small amount of your internet bandwidth to offer these services to you and your neighbors, and it is available on your computer unless you have disabled it previously. Sidewalk can be turned off at any time. More information can be found here.