The Echo Dot Kids Edition wouldn't be a smart speaker if there wasn't some privacy concern, though, and Amazon has already come under scrutiny by child advocacy groups for how the first-generation speaker treated user privacy.
The Echo Dot Kids Edition is more or less a regular puck-sized Echo Dot third edition, but it's designed with younglings in mind.
Case in point: This week, you can get an Amazon Echo Dot Kids Edition and an Echo Glow smart lamp bundled together for $60.
As Cheapskate Rick and I just mentioned in this week's episode of the Cheapskate Show podcast, you should never buy an Amazon Echo speaker at full price.
You can read more about that in CNET's look at the Echo Dot Kids Edition.
I really appreciate you for taking the time to write me this feedback.
I received your feedback.
I am sorry!
An error occurred and we could not transfer your message.
Please try again or get in contact with us via mail.