Published: Sun, January 14, 2018
Research | By Jody Lindsey

Toyota will add Amazon Alexa to pick out vehicles in 2018

Toyota will add Amazon Alexa to pick out vehicles in 2018

Sources are saying that Amazon Alexa has now eventually Companies starting with Acer, Asus, HP, and Lenovo, all are preparing to integrate the Alexa voice assistant on their new notebooks and desktops.

"As Vuzix' next earnest step into consumer-grade augmented reality, the Vuzix Blade AR glasses will undoubtedly blaze the trail toward logical, approachable AR for everyone, with Amazon's Alexa digital assistant steering the wheel".

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The first augmented-reality glasses with Amazon's Alexa voice assistant will be shown next week at CES in Las Vegas - manufactured by a 75-employee company rather than the e-commerce giant's growing devices division. This is expected to be a win-win situation for both firms. At CES 2018, a slew of devices were lined up to showcase the debut of Alexa on Windows 10 PCs.

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According to Phone Arena, Vuzix's smart glasses will basically allow users to ask questions to Alexa and have the latter display answers and important information in the users' field of view. They could even get weather updates through the glasses. So for those who do not have an account yet but are already planning to purchase the smart glasses, there is still time.

Vuzix will release its AR glasses by the second quarter at a cost of about $1,000, Travers said. The CEO acknowledges that is a significant amount of money to drop on smart glasses and says the goal is to bring the price down to $500 by 2019.

Launched with speaker family back in 2014, Alexa is now taking on Google Assistant with its recent debut in the market of smartphones. And there will be more to come, in line with Amazon's plans to release the Alexa Mobile Accessory Kit to help developers with Alexa integrations in their products, such as smartwatches and fitness trackers.

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