Wireless assistance from Amazon’s Alexa with Bragi’s Dash and Dash Pro Earbuds

Bragi are well known for there excellence in making wireless headphones but a new update in October will bring the new and exciting Amazon Alexa into the mix.

Amazon Alexa is Amazon’s new virtual assistant which has been rolled out on many devices including Amazons Echo speakers and many smart phone’s. This deal with Bragi however has changed the game bringing Alexa wirelessly to your ears.

The headphones have inbuilt microphones with make them already compatible with Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant but Alexa’s advanced skills should bring some extra depth to this new wave of technology.

Alexa has many functions and capabilities including the ability to manage your media through Plex, control many household devices, find your phone, call you an uber and even tell you live news updates. Alexa will work with both US and UK English and have features for German language support making this an all round treat for everyone.

The Bragi Dash Pro is the latest model from Bragi and have a whole host of pre-existing features such as great long lasting battery life with up to 5 hours of playtime, top of the range audio quality and a smart low profile design. Alternatively Alexa will also work with the previous model the ‘Dash’, so no matter which you choose, Alexa will still be there to help.

A feature I find very impressive about the Dash Pro is the 4D Virtual menu allowing you to choose an option with the simple turn of the head, this means Alexa will be very accessible and completely hands free. In summary I think this new update could bring some very exciting things to the world of technology and could change the way you think of Virtual Assistant Technology.

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