Amazon today launched a new product line of Alexa-powered smart home devices called CloudX, the company’s answer to the Echo.
Amazon is selling the Echo, which will be available in July, for $249.99 on Amazon’s website, or $149.99 for the device bundled with the Amazon Alexa app.
Amazon also announced that the CloudX SmartHome line will include a $50 credit to anyone who purchases an Echo-enabled device.
Amazon has been one of the hottest tech companies on Wall Street this year.
Its stock has risen over 10% since its January debut, and the company has raised over $20 billion in financing to date.
The company’s stock has also been a focus for investors in recent months, and some analysts have said they believe Amazon is poised to overtake Google and Apple as the world’s top search engine.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been a staunch supporter of the Amazon Echo and Amazon Prime.
But the company hasn’t always been as friendly to competitors.
In the wake of a series of legal and regulatory battles, Amazon has been under fire from antitrust regulators over the way it handles voice-to-text orders.
The Echo has also struggled to catch on with customers, as its low price has limited its reach.
In an effort to attract more consumers, Amazon is launching its own virtual assistant, Alexa, for the Echo and a variety of other devices.
Amazon plans to release more Echo devices over the next year, including a new smart speaker and a larger version of the Echo speaker that includes microphones and cameras.
Amazon’s CloudX devices will be sold through Amazon’s own online store, Amazon Cloud, starting July 10.
Customers will be able to purchase the devices from the Amazon website, which offers a variety, including the Echo Dot, Echo Dot 2, Echo Nest, and Echo Dot 3.
Cloud will offer discounts for Prime members and will also offer free shipping on most items.
The Amazon Echo line will be launched in July.
Amazon will also be offering CloudX smart home accessories and Alexa-enabled devices to customers in its Prime membership program.
The devices will include Alexa-connected lights, thermostats, fans, and more.
Amazon says it will also provide free shipping to Prime members on Echo Dot and Echo Nest devices and will offer free delivery on all other Echo-connected products.
Amazon Cloud is the company to beat in the smart home space.
It offers Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant, a wide range of Amazon Echo-powered devices, and a range of other Alexa-related services.
Amazon’s Cloud Cloud is also the only way to get all of these devices at a discount, Amazon says.
Amazon Cloud will be the only place to buy the Echo- and Echo-branded Echo devices, along with all of the other Alexa devices.
For example, Echo and Echo speakers will be $199.99, $149, and $99, respectively, while Echo accessories will be discounted to $49.99.
Amazon has also partnered with Microsoft, which sells its Xbox One gaming console, Xbox Live Arcade, and Xbox Accessories to Cloud customers.