Amazon has officially announced that it is acquiring Echo maker EchoLink, and its hardware division is set to go under.
It’s a big deal, but the company has yet to make a firm decision on whether it will be selling the EchoLink or buying the company outright.
The EchoLink is a high-end, all-in-one home speaker that costs around $300.
It supports Amazon Alexa and its connected accessories.
Amazon has said it plans to use the Echo Link to provide more “easter eggs” on its own Echo product line.
But EchoLink founder and CEO Eric Schmidt said EchoLink will not be sold to Amazon.
Instead, EchoLink’s hardware division will remain a part of Amazon, but will be operated separately from the company’s Echo brand.
It will continue to operate the Echo line as a service.
EchoLink also announced a new Echo speaker, the Echo Dot, which will go on sale on June 1, 2018.
Echo Dot will be a larger version of EchoLink that costs $250, and it will support up to five Alexa devices.
EchoTalk, an Alexa-powered speaker that’s already on sale, will go into limited availability on June 29.
Echo Talk has already been available on Amazon’s Echo Show platform, and the company plans to expand it with more Echo speakers.
Google will also continue to sell Echo devices, as well as Amazon’s own Alexa device, Echo Dot.
Google’s Echo speaker is available now in the US for $99.
It has support for two Amazon Echo devices: the Echo Show and Echo Dot and supports up to three Amazon Alexa devices: Alexa, Google Home, and Echo Link.
The Google Home is available in the United States for $129, and Google Home Mini is available for $179.
Both products have a battery life of up to two hours, and can stream music from Amazon Music, YouTube, and Spotify.
Google also announced that its own Alexa devices will go live this month, including its own “Home Assistant” service, which uses voice commands to control the Echo device, and other Echo-related products.
Google has previously said that its Home Assistant service will launch in October 2018.
It is an Alexa voice assistant, and will work with Amazon’s Alexa voice services, which include Echo, Google Assistant, Google Maps, Google Now, and Amazon Music.