The Amazon Echo Hub is now available in Australia

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If you’re looking for an easier way to control all your Alexa-enabled smart home products, rest easy. Amazon has officially released the Amazon Echo Hub in Australia today, with an RRP of $329.

Announced last September, The Echo Hub is an 8-inch touch display that’s designed specifically for controlling smart home products like home security cameras, lights, locks, plugs blinds and thermostats.

The large screen allows you to view multiple video camera feeds at the same time, so you can watch your front doorbell and your backyard security camera at the same time.

It comes with a customisable dashboard, so you can group devices together, organise widgets or start a regular routine effortlessly.

Naturally, the Echo Hub offers Alexa support, but it also doubles as a built in smart home hub, with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Thread and Matter support. You can easily control smart devices no matter the protocol.

For the privacy conscious, the Echo Hub also includes a dedicated microphone on/off button so you can have full control over your voice recordings.

Pricing and availability

The Amazon Echo Hub is available to purchase today from Amazon, as well as major retailers like JB Hi-Fi, Officeworks and Bunnings. It has an RRP of $329.

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