Amazon officially opens Alexa products to Hong Kong, no need to look for purchasing agents

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When it comes to the creation of smart homes, in addition to Apple selling HomePod products in Hong Kong, other platforms require users to buy them from overseas, and there may be additional costs for purchasing and shipping. Coinciding with Amazon’s Early Prime Day, when Amazon is putting all their own Alexa products on sale, the internet giant has officially announced that Hong Kong users will be able to buy the international version of the Echo smart speaker directly on their online shopping platform, along with the Echo and Alexa apps. Also open for use in Hong Kong.

The local version of Alexa in Hong Kong can naturally provide local information, such as weather, news content, etc., and can also listen to RTHK programs through the TuneIn service. As for Alexa itself, it is a powerful voice assistant that allows users to simply dictate commands to operate various smart home products in the home, such as light bulbs and speakers. More importantly, it supports Alexa Skills that can be easily developed by themselves, allowing users to make their own set of commands.

Amazon currently has the fourth-generation Echo and Echo Dot speakers with a UK power plug available for purchase, priced at $99 and $50.

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