Alexa Rediscovers Its Roots As A Touchscreen Intercom

Alexa Rediscovers Its Roots As A Touchscreen Intercom

Nucleus can manage grocery lists, check the weather and play music via voice commands

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 12 august 2016

Nucleus, the world’s first anywhere touchscreen intercom, was born after Amazon opened Alexa up to developers. Think of the device as a touchscreen-enabled Alexa, or an iPad featuring an always-on Siri. First showcased in CES 2015, the creators began accepting pre-orders late last year, and the product has finally hit Lowe’s shelves in 500 U.S. stores, as well as on for $249 a pop (or two for $400).

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