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Echo Buds by Amazon: Great for Music

Back in September, Amazon unveiled its latest technological achievements, which included the Echo Glow, Echo Flex, and even a Smart Oven. Perhaps the most impressive installment of them all, however, might be the Echo Buds. The Echo Buds are a direct take on Apple’s AirPods, and some even seem to prefer them over the originals.

Why All the Hype?

What makes this Amazon creation so special? Why are people flocking to the stores to pick up a pair of their own?

Alexa Capabilities

For starters, Echo Buds have their very own built in Alexa. Alexa is a virtual assistant developed by Amazon, first used in the Amazon Echo and the Amazon Echo Dot smart speakers developed by Amazon Lab126. In turn, this means that she can take care of your music needs, weather questions, and anything else you can think of. So, unlike using Apple’s AirPods, no physical phone is required. 

On top of that, when you listen to music through the buds and take them out of your ear, the music automatically pauses. It even has the capability to turn the microphone on and off, ensuring ultimate privacy. In today’s world, privacy, unfortunately, is something that’s hard to come by when using certain products.

Fit for Success

Echo Buds even fit better than other options. They come with three different sizes of eartips, leaving the one-size-fits-all mantra out of the equation. If your ears grow faster than other parts of your body, you’re set with adjustable eartips.

The charging case is slightly bigger than that of Apple’s AirPods, but it still fits snuggly in your pocket. The buds themselves are black and, depending on who you talk to, look cooler and sleeker than the bright white AirPods.

Echo Buds Win

While both options have their merits, the Echo Buds are newer and do more for you in the long run. If you’re looking for a change from Apple products, the Amazon Echo Buds might be worth trying out. 

What are you currently using in your ears? Which set of earbuds do you prefer? Let us know your thoughts!

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