Lenovo has announced a whole host of products at CES 2019 across smart home, gaming and PCs.
If you’re someone who tends to lose things a lot, then you might be interested in a product such as the Tile Pro or Tile Mate.
Facebook has introduced their first hardware product and it’s a set of smart displays with an emphasis on video chat.
Amazon has introduced a number of new Echo devices including the all-new Echo Dot, Echo Plus, Echo Show, Echo Sub and more.
Microsoft has added the ability to control your Xbox One console using Amazon Alexa.
Sonos has been around for a while but only recently gained more popularity with their system of speakers that allows you to have a multi-room audio setup. Back in 2017, Sonos announced their first foray into smart speakers with the Alexa-enabled Sonos One.
It’s no secret that Amazon wants Alexa everywhere in all shapes and sizes. The newest form that Alexa comes in (at least in Canada) is the Echo Spot. The device is the first (and only) touchscreen Echo devices to makes its way up north and the screen does enhance the overall Alexa experience but the device has few flaws.
Amazon and Best Buy have announced a partnership that would allow Best Buy to sell Fire TV Edition smart TVs to customers in Canada and the US.
Back in February, Amazon announced that they would be acquiring video doorbell maker, Ring for around $1 billion USD. Now that acquisition is complete, they’ve dropped the price of their first-gen video doorbell to just $124.99 CAD ($99 USD).
Amazon has announced that they’ll be bringing their latest touchscreen Echo device, the Echo Spot to Canada on April 25th.