New Hardware And Luna Cloud Gaming Service Announced

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced new Echos, Fire TV sticks, Ring devices, and eero 6 mesh routers along with the Luna cloud gaming service Today Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced a number of new devices along with a new cloud gaming service. These are some of the highlights: Luna Cloud […]

  • Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced new Echos, Fire TV sticks, Ring devices, and eero 6 mesh routers along with the Luna cloud gaming service

Today Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced a number of new devices along with a new cloud gaming service. These are some of the highlights:

Luna Cloud Gaming Service

Amazon Luna

The Luna cloud gaming service will enable gameplay over the cloud through Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and Fire TV.

And the Luna gaming service will include several channels such as the Ubisoft and the Luna+ channel. The Luna+ channel will be available for $5.99 per month during early access, which includes unlimited hours of play, a growing library of games, up to 1080p/60fps (4K coming soon), and the ability to stream on 2 devices at a time.

To play the games, Amazon built a new controller that connects to the cloud.

New Line Of Echos

Amazon unveiled a new version of the Echo and Echo Dot. The new devices feature a spherical shape. The Echo will be available in dark gray and light gray. 

The new Echo will have several of the same features included in the Echo Plus. And the new Echo features Dolby stereo sound and several smart hub features.

One of the highlights is a new Echo Show with a 13-megapixel camera that can follow your motion in order to keep you centered during video calls.

These are the new devices:

New Fire TV Sticks

Amazon also announced new versions of the Fire TV sticks for streaming content on your TV. You can check them out here:

New Ring Devices

Amazon subsidiary Ring also announced a new line of devices. This includes a new car alarm, a new home camera with an autonomously flying indoor camera, a mailbox sensor.

Ring Car Alarm

The Ring Car Alarm is a low-cost discreet wireless device that plugs into 99% of cars on the road in the U.S. The Ring Car Alarm senses bumps, break-ins, tow-aways, etc. and it sends you alerts accordingly. Through an app, you can also activate the siren or see the car’s last-known location.

You can use Ring Car Connect to tap into your car’s built-in cameras to get alerts and watch a recorded video in the Ring App. The first compatible cars are Tesla models 3, S, X, and Y. And you can watch Tesla Sentry Mode and recorded driving footage over Wi-Fi or from anywhere with an optional LTE connectivity plan.

There is a Traffic Stop feature that lets you simply say “Alexa, I’m being pulled over” to record the interaction and save it to the cloud with an optional connectivity plan.

And while on the road, you can use the Ring Car Cam’s Emergency Crash Assist feature, which requests help from emergency services at the car’s location in a serious crash even when you cannot make it yourself.

Ring Always Home Car

The Ring Always Home Cam is a lightweight autonomously flying indoor camera that gives greater visibility even when you are not at home. Here is how it works:

Ring Mailbox Sensor

The Ring Mailbox Sensor is a device that can be installed into your mailbox for receiving alerts via the Ring app or Alexa-enabled devices anytime the mailbox is opened. This could be especially useful for when you are expecting an important letter or package:

New Eero 6 Devices

Amazon also revealed new Eero 6 devices. These devices help extend your Wi-Fi connections:

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