Just in time for summer, Amazon Echo Frames are available as polarized sunglasses so that people can access all the benefits of Alexa's assistance on the go, while keeping their eyes protected from the sun. The sunglasses are available as regular sunglasses and blue mirror sunglasses, both of which boast an IPX4 rating that makes them suitable for activities like working out or hiking.
These smart audio sunglasses have the potential to save people from needing to constantly reach for their smartphone, as the hands-free tool can help with everything from performing tasks and getting notifications to controlling smart home devices. For in-home use, Amazon is also introducing a set of Amazon Echo Frames with blue light filtering.
Amazon Echo Frames are Available as Polarized Sunglasses for Summer
1. Smart Audio Sunglasses - The development of smart audio sunglasses creates an opportunity to combine audio functionalities and eye protection or vision correction accessories.
2. Hands-free Assistance - The hands-free tool being incorporated into the Amazon Echo Frames presents an opportunity for the development of similar products that can help perform tasks and provide notifications.
3. Blue-light Filtering Eyewear - Amazon's introduction of Amazon Echo Frames with blue light filtering for in-home use presents an opportunity for further development of similar products in the eyewear industry that prioritize the health of the eyes.
1. Eyewear - The smart audio sunglasses have the potential to disrupt the eyewear industry, leading to the development of new smart glasses that combine style and smart functionalities.
2. Fitness and Health - The IPX4 rating of the Amazon Echo Frames as suitable for activities like hiking and working out presents an opportunity for the development of smart glasses that can help monitor fitness activities and performance metrics.
3. Smart Home - The hands-free capabilities of the Amazon Echo Frames open up opportunities for companies within the smart home industry to explore the use of smart glasses as a tool for home automation and control.