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Amazon event is here, and this is how you can follow up on the event

The hardware event of Amazon is going to be held on 25th September in Seattle, and we can expect many new devices coming up this fall. The company is known for making big hardware events every year, introducing new devices and great offers.

The event held last year showed the launching of Echo Dot, Amazon Basic Microwave, Amazon Echo Wall Clock, and Amazon Echo Auto, all of which were hit among the users. In the upcoming there are lots of things which we can expect, from news to new devices, everything would be covered.

Unfortunately, Amazon would not be having a live-streaming of the event, but there are certain ways in which the people can stay updated about the event. There are certain websites which would be present to give live updates. Websites like The Verge and CNET would be organizing live-blogs for updating the viewers about the event.  The websites would even have the feature of live commenting, and expertly advises and even pictures captured from the Amazon event.

There are many things that one can expect from the event. Apparently, there have been rumors about the announcement of a high-end smart speaker, an Alexa powered robot, Alexa earbuds and also Alexa glasses. Apart from that there would even be news for the Prime users: they would be getting many free accessories in some of the top games such as PUBG and rest.

The live blog from the above-stated websites would be available just before the event starts and every detail of the event would be covered. The event of Amazon is by far the most awaited event as many new things would be arriving. Amazon has also updated its Echo devices, making it a device which would even help the visually impaired people in their day-to-day life. For now, we can only wait for the 25th of September to get more news.

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Jeff Colloway

Jeff Colloway

Jeff Colloway is the senior editor for Fox Periodical. Jeff has been working as a journalist for nearly over a decade having published pieces many publications including the Knoxville News Sentinel and the Huffing Post. Jeff is based in Nashville and covers issues affecting his city and state. When he’s not busy in the newsroom, Jeff enjoys fishing.

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