It doesn’t matter how rational a smart design is, without a reliable internet associate these gadgets are rendered completely stupid. That’s why Amazon has decided to make the Echo Wall Clock off marketing simply over a few months after it launched.
As The Verge reports, some proprietors are experiencing connectivity difficulties, which results in a very frustrating user event as you can imagine. The clock is still listed on Amazon, but rather than a buy button there’s the letter, “Currently inaccessible. We don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock.”
Since removing the clock from auction, Amazon has confirmed connectivity publications are the reason through a spokesperson, who said, “We’re is conscious that a small number of clients have had issues such as connectivity. We’re working hard to address this and plan to compile Echo Wall Clock accessible again in the coming weeks.” It resounds as if we shouldn’t expect to see it again until late February or early March. Read more …
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