Amazon has announced the first official digital box to replace its paper box.
TechCrunch article Digital optical cable is one of many new additions to Amazon’s new $59.99 digital product line.
Amazon announced today that it will be launching its first product line of its new line, Digital Optical Cable, with the introduction of its first official product, the Amazon Digital Charge, a plug-in cable that charges its Amazon Prime membership via a USB 3.0 port.
The cable plugs into the Amazon Prime member’s dock with no need to plug it into the computer.
It’s designed to provide access to the internet, music, video, and more when connected to the Amazon cloud.
Amazon’s original Digital Optical cable (DOC) cost $29.99.
Amazon has also announced the launch of the Amazon Kindle Fire HD X and Kindle Fire TV with the first HDMI-CEC capable HDMI cable, a USB-C 3.1 Gen1 Type-C cable, and a new HDMI 1.4a Type-A connector.
The Amazon Fire TV is the first device to feature HDMI 1 of the new HDMI-cable standard.
All three of these products will go on sale in the U.S. on May 19, 2018.
Amazon is now offering a $29 per month membership option for Prime members, as well as a $5 per month shipping discount for Prime shipping.
It is the only product in the line that comes with a 30-day free trial.
The Amazon Fire HDX and Kindle TV have HDMI 1 port and HDMI 2 port, respectively.
Both ports support up to 6K output at 30Hz.
A USB-Type-C port allows a cable to be connected to a computer via Thunderbolt, USB-B, and USB-A.
The Kindle Fire, Amazon’s first device with HDMI 1 and HDMI 1a, has HDMI 1, HDMI 1c, HDMI 2, and HDMI 3 ports.
The Kindle Fire’s ports support HDMI 2 and HDMI 4b.
Amazon also released a USB Type- C 3.2 port for the Kindle Fire 2 that is compatible with Thunderbolt, Bluetooth, and NFC.
Amazon is also making its Amazon Echo a HDMI-ready product, offering an HDMI port, HDMI cable for $20 per month, and the Echo Dot that is HDMI-compatible with Thunderbolt and USB Type C. Amazon says it is also launching a USB C-to-USB cable for the Echo that supports Thunderbolt, Lightning, and 3.5mm audio output.
Amazon Echo Dot owners can also now connect an HDMI cable to the Echo, and they can also use Alexa to control the Echo.
Amazon has been offering Amazon Prime members the ability to control their Amazon Echo with a voice command through the Amazon Alexa app since October 2017.
This feature allows users to set a timer to start the Echo when they say a phrase such as “Alexa, wake up,” or “Alexas Echo” in the Amazon app.
Amazon will now also offer voice control to the Alexa voice command feature on the Amazon Fire, Fire TV, and Fire HD.
Amazon’s Echo has been available since the beginning of the year, and has been an integral part of the Echo ecosystem since Amazon launched it with its Echo Dot.
Alexa can now be controlled with Alexa, and now, users can control Amazon’s Echo directly with their voice.
The Echo’s voice control functionality includes Alexa’s voice commands to perform actions on the Echo like playing music or shopping.
Amazon also announced a new Amazon Video app, which has been integrated into the Echo since September 2017.
Users can now stream live video from Amazon Video to the Fire, Echo Dot, Fire HD, Fire Stick, and Echo.
Amazon Video is available for $8.99 per month on the Fire and Echo, $19.99 on the Kindle and Echo Dot devices, and $19 per month for the Fire HD and Echo TV.
Users can also stream videos to their Fire TV set-top box using the Amazon Video Streaming App.
Amazon now offers a Fire TV remote for $19 a month, a Fire HD remote for a $35 price, and an Echo remote for the same price.
Amazon will also soon add a new video-on-demand app to its Prime service, called Video On Demand.
This app lets users watch video content on a Fire Stick or Echo Dot as long as the device is connected to Wi-Fi and connected to Amazon Video.
The new video app will be available for free to Prime members for a year.
The Video On Dividend app will also be available to Prime users on May 29, 2018, for a limited time.
Amazon Prime customers will be able to save up to $20 a month on Prime Video content by using the Prime Video app to watch videos.
Users who use the Prime App can also watch Prime Video at a discounted price with a one-time Prime Video credit of $7.99 for the first 30 days of the account.
Prime Video offers free access to a curated selection of Prime Video videos