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EXCLUSIVE: Take Alexa Anywhere You Go With This Portable Bluetooth Speaker

The Amazon Echo and Echo Dot have revolutionized home life. The ability to just ask Alexa to play a song or to answer a question to order a pizza – these skills make it seem like she is your house’s own personal assistant. The only issue with the Echo and Echo Dot is that they aren’t portable. They just stay in one room the whole time.

The COWIN DiDa solves this problem. It is an Amazon-certified Alexa-enabled speaker that you can take with you anywhere. And just like there are massive deals today on the Amazon Echo and Amazon Echo Dot because it’s Prime Day, there is a deal on this bluetooth speaker. It is over 80 percent off with the code YPSKABZ6.

Normally $345, this Alexa-enabled bluetooth speaker is 83 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $345, this Alexa-enabled bluetooth speaker is 83 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

COWIN DiDa with Amazon Alexa Bluetooth Speakers, Smart Wireless Wifi Portable Bluetooth Speaker 15W Output Power with Enhanced Bass on sale for $59.99 with code YPSKABZ6

To access Alexa, you do have to download the relevant app. And you have to be connected to WiFi (or a mobile hotspot), but the mere ability to move Alexa from room to room makes it worth it. You can also bring it to a party or to work or anywhere that allows you to connect the speaker to the app.

Make sure to keep checking the Daily Dealer’s running list of Prime Day’s best deals.

You can take Alexa anywhere with this portable bluetooth speaker (Photo via Amazon)

You can take Alexa anywhere with this portable bluetooth speaker (Photo via Amazon)

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