Just imagine, a duet of noise-canceling headphones without a smart auxiliary on-board. What is this, 2017? Thankfully, Sony exercised its CES press conference today to announce that it’s eventually addressing its well-received WH-1 000 XM3’s absence of Alexa.
The headphones will be get Amazon’s smart helper via a firmware update at some degree during the first quarter of this year. Sounding a button will trigger Alexa, who can play a variety of different media playback exercises, like representing music, changing moves, together with more standard smart-alecky aide grub, including connected dwelling maneuver control.
Along with the WH-1 000 XM3, the firmware update will also work with their precede, the WH-1 000 XM2, as well as the WH-1 000 X in-ear modeling. It seems our long national nightmare of not having Alexa on every single device is ultimately drawing to a close.
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