Alexa Rediscovers Its Roots As A Touchscreen Intercom
Nucleus can manage grocery lists, check the weather and play music via voice commands
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 Amazon.com for $249 a pop (or two for $400).
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