Get A Free Echo Dot With Tile's Newest Bluetooth Trackers | Android Headlines
Amazon is tossing in a free Echo Dot when you purchase any of the new Tile trackers that were announced in the last few weeks.
The reason for the free Echo Dot is because Tile now works with Amazon Alexa - also, Amazon wants Alexa in as many homes as possible.
With the new Tile Essentials Combo, and the Echo Dot included, you're paying just $69.99. That is a pretty incredible deal.
In this combo pack, you are getting a Tile Slim, a Tile Mate and two Tile Stickers.
The Tile Slim is a long and thin Tile tracker that is meant to be put into a backpack or into your wallet. Making it even slimmer means that it can fit into your wallet like a credit card would. So you can still find it when need be, but you also aren't making your wallet super thick.
The Tile Mate is basically an updated version of the Mate. It's slightly thinner now, and it is also available with a replaceable battery.
The other new product is the Tile Stickers. These are stickers that you can add anywhere. One really convenient place to put them, is on your TV remote. They aren't as thin as a sticker, obviously, about the same thickness as the Mate. But you can stick them to things and never worry about losing them again.
With Amazon Alexa and the Echo Dot, you're going to be able to ask Alexa to find something that you've lost. And it'll ring it, instead of needing to find your phone and open the app to ring your Tile tracker. Which is really handy.
You can pick up the Tile Essentials Combo and the free Amazon Echo Dot (3rd generation) from Amazon by clicking here. This deal with the new Tile trackers and the Echo Dot won't last long though, so you'd better hurry and get it before it's gone.
Tile Essentials Combo + Echo Dot - Amazon - $69
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