Amazon has been pushing for its living room takeover for years now, but has just made another big stride towards that by unveiling its new OLED TV in a new partnership with Grundig.
There will be two models -- one without microphones, and another that will have far-field voice microphones built into the TV for some hands-free Alexa action. The model without the microphones will include a normal Alexa voice remote control.
Grundig will be using "last-generation" LG OLED panels in the new Amazon OLED Fire TV Edition, which will have support for both HDR10 and Dolby Vision.
They'll be offered in 55- and 65-inch sizes, with 55-inch model with far-field mics built-in starting at €1,299.99 (~$1,433 or so) while the larger one hasn't got a price attached to it just yet.
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