Amazon Smart Plug launched in India at Rs 1,999, now voice control appliances at your home

Amazon Smart Plug - Feature Image

Amazon has launched its smart plug in India at Rs 1,999. It’s an all-new power plug designed for Indian households. Now turning your existing appliances into voice-controlled devices is easier. The all-new Smart Plug from the house of amazon brings a range of features with it. Let’s talk about the features and the support Amazon Smart Plug offers. 

Amazon Smart Plug – Features & Specifications

Designed for India, this smart plug supports a 6A socket and could handle power outages smoothly, as per the brand. This smart plug works in tandem with Alexa’s assistant. Download the Alexa app on your phone, pair the plug with your phone, and start voice commanding the appliances connected via this smart plug. It’s that simple!

Further, if you own any Echo devices at your home, it becomes more convenient, as the Echo devices are more efficient in hearing your voice commands with their multiple microphone setup. For example, you can voice-enable appliances like lamps, table fans, electric kettle, room coolers, televisions, mobile chargers, air-purifiers, soundbars, etc. 

Convenience of Control 

With the Amazon Smart plug, you necessarily won’t have to be nearby to the appliances anymore to disconnect them. You can turn on/off it from anywhere, as long as you are in the vicinity of the connected Wi-Fi. Operating appliances remotely has become easier than ever. 

Note from Amazon: “Amazon Smart Plug can control compatible home appliances that have a physical power on/off switch. This product does not support heavy appliances such as AC, geysers, water pumps, or heaters.” 

Will you be buying this Amazon smart plug for your household appliances? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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