Amazon Alexa Enabled Talking Bass for $39.99

You have owned or briefly thought the novelty talking bass was amusing. You may have interacted with the various versions of the old talking bass by pushing the activation buttons several times to hear what recordings were in that particular talking bass. Now there will be unlimited sounds, recordings and interactions because the talking bass has Alexa AI software.

Everyone’s favorite talking and singing fish is now programmed to respond to Alexa voice commands.
Pair big mouth Billy bass with your preferred device in the Echo family and let the fun begin.
Responds to Alexa voice commands
Lip syncs with Alexa spoken responses
Responds to inquiries about the weather, your commute, the news, random facts, and more
Reacts to timers, Notifications, and alarms
Dances to the beat with music.

Before you had to be a maker technology geek to merge your Amazon Echo with a Talking Bass. Now this integration has been done for you.

Star Wars Talking Ackbar

This also shows that Star Wars Admiral Ackbar could be merged with C3PO and R2D2 based on the Alexa Talking Bass technologies.

The Talking Bass could be made to say various Admiral Ackbar lines.

As usual Youtube has already shown what this would be like.

5 thoughts on “Amazon Alexa Enabled Talking Bass for $39.99”

  1. https://pi-hole.net/ – also useful for blocking unwanted data captures from Alexa and her competitors. Of course talking about your nefarious plans in front of a recording device is something even Boris Badenoff knew not to do.

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  2. The Personal Robot market is wide open. It’s surprising and disappointing that Apple, for example, spend 10s of billions buying back its own stock – only to see it plummet by 25% lately – instead of doing R&D to make it happen. Tax codes reward speculation, not productive enterprises. We will need personal robots for the aging population, especially in the U.S. and already in Japan. Minimum wage caretakers can’t be found in sufficient numbers, and higher paid caretakers can’t be afforded.

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  3. The Personal Robot market is wide open. It’s surprising and disappointing that Apple, for example, spend 10s of billions buying back its own stock – only to see it plummet by 25% lately – instead of doing R&D to make it happen. Tax codes reward speculation, not productive enterprises.
    We will need personal robots for the aging population, especially in the U.S. and already in Japan. Minimum wage caretakers can’t be found in sufficient numbers, and higher paid caretakers can’t be afforded.

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