In May of last year, Yandex propelled the Yandex.Station. The $160 smart speaker was a clear logical gradation for the so-called “Google of Russia.” This week, the company is back with the next-next logical pace. The Yandex.Station Mini is essentially its take over the Echo Dot/ Google Home Mini.
At 3,990 rubles( around $61 ), it’s clearly aimed at getting more users on board with its smart assistant. Though Alice has already seen solid expansion, with 45 million actively monthly useds, per Yandex’s amounts. Still, these low-end smart speakers ought to have best seller for both Amazon and Google, both as first-time maneuvers and ways of getting the product in more rooms.
You’ve got your standard functionality on board now, including smart residence hold, music playback and the like. Along with expression, there’s also gesticulate restrain, including the ability to adjust volume with the movement of a hand above the design, which appears to point to some sort of proximity sensor.
The product will be available in Russia at the end of the month.
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