Amazon Alexa doubles down on cars at CES 2019 in Las Vegas
We're in the Amazon Alexa booth at CES 2019 checking out all the way that you can get Amazon's voice assistant technology in your car.
Of course, the easiest way is with a device in your phone.
Something like the Garmin speaker or the upcoming Alexa Auto will allow you to connect the device to your car and to your phone, and while you're riding along you can just say something like Hey Alexa remind me to pick up some milk or Hey Alexa play my favorite kind of music.
Of course it's always better to have a deeper integration with the vehicle and that's why automakers like BMW, Toyota and Ford have Alexa integration built into their vehicles.
That allows you to push a button on your dashboard or just say hey and let's Alexi while you're driving around and do things like Skyroom very special edition on a long road trip.
Of course one of the most interesting Alexi integrations was announced here at CES and that's the Biting invite right here.
This semi-autonomous electric car is coming in 2020 and it's got a really deep integration with Alexi with its aim life technology.
And it's going to show up really nice on that massive 48 inch screen on that dash board.
Be sure to check out the rest of our coverage of CES 2019 to learn more about technologies of products like this and, of course, Alexa's main competitor, Google Assistant.
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