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Microsoft's answer to Amazon Echo, Google Home and Apple HomePod is a $199 Cortana-enabled smart speaker with Harman Kardon audio.
Harman Kardon and Microsoft joined forces to create Invoke, a Cortana-enabled smart speaker.
Invoke's user interfaces include a volume control ring and a touchpad on the top of the device.
Three woofers and three tweeters, plus seven microphones means Invoke sounds great and Cortana can hear you from far away.
Music services currently available on Invoke include Spotify, TuneIn and iHeartRadio.
Invoke incudes a mute button and bluetooth pairing button on the back of the device.
From the Cortana app, you can customize your interests and category details.
Invoke comes in two colors: Graphite and Pearl/Silver (pictured).
LED lights on the Invoke's touchpad indicate Cortana's activity.
Ask questions and complete tasks in the Cortana app.
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