Amazon debuts tons of new products, Apple Watch reviews are in
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Amazon released a ton of new products.
There's the new Echo Sub, a 100 watt wireless subwoofer that could connect to one or two Echo speakers.
Amazon also introduced its own microwave that can be controlled using a device like an Echo.
The Echo Show, Dot and Plus All received redesigns, and if you wanted an echo in your car, there's now the Echo Auto.
Amazon also introduced Fire TV device called the Fire TV Recast.
It's a DVR that can stream content to other Fire devices.
That's only some of what Amazon introduced.
We've got full coverage at Cnet.
Reviews of Apple's Series 4 smart watch are in and they're mostly very positive.
Reviewers praise the device for its impressive screen, strong battery life and great health tracking features though ECGs won't be available for another month or so.
Starting at $400 it's still an expensive device but easily the best watch the company's ever made.
And finally, Nintendo's online service is live.
It's called Nintendo Switch Online.
For $20 a year you'll be able to play online with your friends.
Nintendo Switch Online also gives subscribers a library of classic games to play.
Access to the Nintendo Smartphone app and support for cloud backup of games saved.
The company's offering a free seven day trial to try it out.
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