Amazon will host a hardware event on September 28th at 12 PM ET, the organization reported today. The retailer vowed to share news about its most recent “devices, features and services” in an invite it. Beyond that, the organization didn’t give different details on what to expect from it next week. Yet, on the off chance that we needed to speculate, we should see a significant number of similar kinds of products we saw last year.
Amazon has officially declared the date for its big fall hardware event: it’ll occur on Tuesday, September 28th at 12 PM ET/9 AM PT. As usual, Amazon isn’t giving any details on what to expect — the invite sent just says that they’ll be “news about our latest Amazon devices, features, and services.”
Amazon is hosting an event next week to flaunt the latest editions to its growing lineup of Ring, Fire TV, and Echo gadgets as well as updates on its services. The virtual event will happen on Sept. 28.
Amazon’s invite on Monday didn’t uncover a lot, however, the retail monster could divulge updated versions of its Echo smart speakers and displays. Throughout its fall gadgets and services event last year, Amazon revealed the spherical fourth-gen Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Dot Kids Edition as well as the Echo Show 10.
Something else we could get next week: a release date for the Ring Always Home Cam. Amazon presented the $250 indoor drone – a flying security camera that docks when it isn’t being used – during its event last year yet didn’t give a particular release date.
The annual event is Amazon’s opportunity to flaunt its most recent Echo gadgets in front of the holiday season and is regularly the spot we find out about upgrades coming to Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Luna, and Amazon Music.
It’s unclear if Amazon will have more in store for Fire TV. Earlier this month, the organization appeared a new standalone streamer, the Fire TV Stick 4K Max, as well as the Amazon Fire TV Omni and Fire TV 4-Series. The new Amazon-built TVs are accessible for preorder and scheduled to show up in October.
In 2020, Amazon proclaimed new Echo speakers, its Luna gaming service, WiFi 6-enabled Eero mesh routers, and Fire TV gadgets. Goodness, it additionally flaunted an indoor security drone from Ring that we haven’t seen since that event. Amazon will not live stream the procedures, however, we’ll have you covered with articles on the entirety of the organization’s most remarkable declarations from that day.
In earlier years, however, Amazon has declared new Echo speakers, updates to Alexa’s software, new Eero routers, updated Ring cameras, and more. Amazon likewise will in the general report its more interesting and experimental products at its fall event: earlier years have to send the declaration of the Echo Loop ring, the Echo Frames glasses, and the Ring drone (which still can’t seem to show up since its initial debut last year.) We might have gotten an early look at Ring’s dashcam also when pictures leaked out this June.
Amazon could likewise have surprises to unbox.
Like earlier years, a live stream of the event will be invitation-only which implies you will not see it pop up on YouTube or Twitch – notwithstanding, most mainstream technology outlets will be online covering the event.
Last year, Amazon reported the new Amazon Echo Dot, Amazon Echo (2020), new Amazon Echo Show gadgets, the Eero 6 Mesh Router, and Amazon Luna.
What are we expecting to see this year?
The first year Amazon held the event in its hometown of Seattle, the organization made more than 100 declarations of products and services. In the years since, the number of declarations has been marginally lower – and more sensible to cover – however it’s as yet a generous event comparable to Apple’s iPhone 13 event.
This year we’re expecting to find out about the next series of Echo gadgets including new smart speakers, smart screens, and wearables, close-by declarations on smart home gadgets from Eero and Ring. These brands consistently have a genuinely new thing to flaunt each year, and we’re expecting that that trend should proceed here in 2021.
On the services side, it’s somewhat more of a secret. We’ll likely hear a few reports on Amazon’s new game-streaming service, Luna, and catch a few trailers for some upcoming Amazon Prime TV shows and movies. Ideally, we’ll get a trailer for Amazon’s almost billion-dollar Lord of the Rings TV show – however that is not an assurance.
Earlier this month, Amazon declared that it was making its TVs and was growing its range of partners, so we’ll probably hear extra insights regarding those at the event too.
Amazon had launched new Echo Speakers, Fire TV stick, new Ring cameras, and Eero routers, and more in the earlier year’s launch event. The e-commerce platform had additionally declared a few experimental products in its beforehand event which incorporated an Echo Loop ring, the Echo Frames glasses, and the Ring drone, none of which were released in India and different markets. The reports that the event won’t be live-streamed and it is an invite-only event. Just specific media groups will gain access to Amazon’s hardware event.
Amazon had launched the new Echo Show 10, the Echo Show 8 second generation, and the Fire TV Stick 4K Max in India this year.
The Echo Show 8 second generation and the Fire TV Stick 4K Max were the latest products to be launched in India. The Echo Show 8 accompanies a microphone, camera controls, and the capacity to delete your voice recordings. Like the wide range of various new gadgets with displays, the Echo Show likewise accompanies built-in covers to close the camera on the off chance that you feel Alexa is recording.
Besides, the Echo Show 8 second generation is a less expensive option in contrast to the Echo Show 10, which was launched with a swivel display for Rs 24,999. The Echo Show 8 is more compact and be placed anyplace you like. The gadget was launched in India for Rs 11, 499.
Aside from this, Amazon had launched its most costly Fire TV Stick ever in India. The Fire TV stick Max was launched for Rs 6499. The Fire TV Stick 4K Max accompanies support for 4K UHD, HDR, and HDR10+ streaming as well as Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos for a theater-like experience at home.