Win Las Vegas Adds Amazon Echo To Hotel Rooms

Win Las Vegas and Amazon announced plans to equip all 4,748 hotel rooms in Win Las Vegas with Echo, Amazon’s hands-free voice control speaker. Starting with installing the technology in suites starting this month, bringing the technology to all rooms will be the world’s first industry, and customers in Win Las Vegas can control various hotel room functions with a series of voice commands through Alexa, the brain behind the Echo.

“As we moved around for years, technology has always played an important role in our resort,” said Steve Wynn, president and CEO of Wynn Resorts. “What Amazon has done with Alexa is pretty complete. If I’ve ever seen in the 49 years of developing the resort provide a perfect experience for customers and help us take it to a different level, it’s Alexa. The ability to communicate with your room is convenient with ease. Partnering with Amazon, becoming the world’s first resort where guests can control the lighting, temperature, and all aspects of the audiovisual components of a hotel room with language is another example of our leadership in the technology world.”

Alexa will be fully operational in all rooms by the summer of 2017, initially controlling room lighting, room temperature, wardrobe and television. As the project evolves, future features such as personal assistant features will be introduced. 파친코

“Millions of people already enjoy interacting with Alexa at home through their eco-device, and now they will be able to experience the same conveniences while traveling,” said Steve Labuchin, vice president of Amazon Alexa. “Win Las Vegas is known for its comfort and luxury, and we are excited to partner with the resort to enhance the guest experience with Alexa.”

Alexa is the brain behind Amazon Echo and other Alexa-supported devices. Simply ask a question and she will answer questions, read the news, set timers and alarms, recite calendars, check sports scores, control smart devices at home, and more. Since Alexa runs in the cloud, she is always getting smarter. In addition, developers are simple and free to build Alexa’s technology and integrate it into their products. In the United States, there are already more than 6,000 technologies that Alexa can use.

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