Amazon Echo Show 8 (Charcoal)

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Amazon Echo Show 8 (Charcoal)
Key Features
  • With Alexa
  • 8" HD Touchscreen Display
  • 1MP Camera
  • Four Microphones
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With an 8" touchscreen HD display and a 1MP camera, the charcoal Amazon Echo Show 8 uses video capabilities to expand on traditional Alexa functionality. Equipped with dual-band Wi-Fi and four microphones, the Echo Show 8 connects to your home's wireless network and allows you to intuitively play music, video chat with friends, check the weather and traffic reports, hear sports scores, watch videos, and more.
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Amazon Echo Show 8 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2See and Do More with Alexa
  • 3Entertainment for Every Part of Your Day
  • 4Connect with Your Favorite People
  • 5Designed to Protect Your Privacy
  • 6Smart Home Control
  • 7Alexa Functionality
  • 8Alexa Skills
  • 9Alexa for Kids, Available via a Future Firmware Update
  • 10Engineered for Easy Setup and Use
  • 11Accessibility Features

With an 8" touchscreen HD display and a 1MP camera, the charcoal Amazon Echo Show 8 uses video capabilities to expand on traditional Alexa functionality. Equipped with dual-band Wi-Fi and four microphones, the Echo Show 8 connects to your home's wireless network and allows you to intuitively play music, video chat with friends, check the weather and traffic reports, hear sports scores, watch videos, and more.

The built-in microphones allow the Echo Show 8 to respond to your voice via its two 2" drivers; with Amazon Alexa built-in, you can ask the Echo Show 8 for the weather and traffic details for your commute, among other things. Bluetooth is also onboard, enabling the Echo Show 8 to wirelessly pair and play audio from a variety of audio sources, such as smartphones and tablets. It also features an 1/8" audio output that allows you to use external wired speakers.

Note:
Hands-free voice control is not supported for Mac OS X devices. Bluetooth speakers requiring PIN codes are not supported. Does not support connecting to ad-hoc (or peer-to-peer) Wi-Fi networks.

See and Do More with Alexa

The Echo Show 8 uses Alexa to provide stereo sound and visuals on an 8" HD screen. See lyrics from Amazon Music, set alarms and timers, display your favorite photos with Amazon Photos, check on weather and traffic, and view news highlights and movie trailers.

Entertainment for Every Part of Your Day

Catch up on today's news and sports highlights, watch TV shows, movies, music videos, or movie trailers, listen to music from streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify, and see song lyrics and album art with Amazon Music.

Connect with Your Favorite People

Make hands-free video calls to the Alexa app or anther screen-equipped Echo device. Use Announcements to send voice messages to every room in your house with a supported Echo device, or use Drop In as a two-way intercom between rooms.

Designed to Protect Your Privacy

The Echo Show 8 has a microphone/camera off button and a built-in shutter. You also have control over your voice recordings, allowing you to delete them at any time. Additional privacy features include wake word technology and streaming indicators.

Smart Home Control

Manage your compatible smart home devices with the interactive display or your voice. You can control lights and switches, set thermostats, or view security cameras. You can also enable Alexa Guard to get Smart Alerts if your Echo device detects the sound of smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, or glass breaking.

Alexa Functionality

Use your voice to set timers, add items to lists, and create calendar events and reminders. You can also check the news, weather, or traffic, ask for sports scores, movie showtimes, restaurant hours, or information.

Alexa Skills

With tens of thousands of skills and counting, Alexa's capabilities are always expanding. Skills are like apps and help you do more, like play relaxing sounds or test your music knowledge.

Alexa for Kids, Available via a Future Firmware Update

Make the Echo kid-friendly by enabling Amazon FreeTime in the Alexa app. It can automatically filter explicit songs, add approved contacts, set time limits, or review activity with parental controls in the Amazon Parent Dashboard.

Engineered for Easy Setup and Use

After plugging in the Echo Show 8, connect it to your wireless network, then ask Alexa for music, weather, news, and more.

Accessibility Features

With the Echo Show 8, you can enable Alexa captioning and closed captioning, magnify the screen, toggle color inversion, and choose between color correction options. You can also enable the VoiceView screen reader to use gestures to navigate the screen and hear spoken feedback about the items you select.
UPC: 810014305141

Amazon Echo Show 8 Specs

Smart Specs
Virtual Assistant SupportAmazon Alexa
Processor MediaTek MT 8163
Display
Display Size8.0" / 20.3 cm
Screen Resolution1280 x 800
TouchscreenYes
Camera
Image Resolution1 MP
Camera Off ModePhysical Cover, Off Button
Speaker System
Power Output2 x 10 W
Drivers2 x 2.05" / 52 mm Full-Range
Passive Radiators1
Microphones
Number of Microphones4
Microphone MuteYes
Connectivity
Audio1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Output
Supported Bluetooth ProfilesA2DP
AVRCP
Wi-Fi StandardsWi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
Wi-Fi Bands2.4 GHz, 5 GHz
Physical
Dimensions (W x H x D)7.89 x 5.35 x 3.9" / 200.4 x 135.9 x 99.1 mm
Weight2.29 lb / 1.04 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.2 x 8.1 x 4.2"
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