After addingjust a few weeks ago, Amazon is now set to how to talk to your ceiling fan. First in line: from Big Ass Solutions (a company best known for its eponymous big-ass fans).
Big Ass Solutions teased the Alexa integration back in January at CES. The surprising news today is that it'll be a native Alexa integration and not a "Skill." That means that you won't need to download anything in the Alexa app, and that you won't need to tell Alexa to "ask Haiku" or anything like that. Just tell her what you want the fan to do and she'll know what you're talking about.
The ceiling fan integration is set to arrive on April 28. It'll work with all Alexa-enabled devices, so once it's here, you'll be able to ask your, , or to turn your fan on or off, change your fan's speed, or adjust the brightness of the built-in light. The integration will work with all of Haiku's Internet-connected ceiling fans, including the more affordable , as well as the , such as smart wall switches and individual lights.