Amazon starts selling Echo Wall Clock again after issuing connectivity fix

A few weeks later in product labs, Amazon's Echo Wall Clock is ready to be relaunched after announcing software updates to address connectivity issues with earlier versions of the product that began shipping last month.

This device, priced at $ 29.99, connects to a compatible Echo product and reflects a series of timers set via Alexa with 60 LED indicators. That way, you do not need to constantly update your voice assistant while cooking. This product is simple and useful integration, it is an unsightly wall clock that can boot at that price.

But there seems to be a problem with the Bluetooth connection between the device and the echo device. Amazon had to pull it out of the repository at the end of January to find the fix. Now you can order an eco-wall clock, and you can buy it by pay-per-day shipping or by tomorrow within two days of prime. If you have not already own the device and have not returned, some of the users reviewed by Amazon may have reviewed the clock. The updated electronic device must be automatically released through the update.