Smart speakers use voice recognition technology to respond to spoken commands and queries, allowing users to play music, control smart home devices, set alarms, and access news and other information.

 Popular smart speaker models include Amazon's Echo, Google Home, and Apple's HomePod.

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Smart speakers can be integrated with other smart home devices such as lights, thermostats, and security cameras to control them through voice commands.

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Some smart speakers also include virtual assistants, such as Amazon's Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple's Siri, which can assist with tasks such as scheduling appointments, making phone calls, and checking the weather.

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Smart speakers can also be used to control other smart home devices through the integration of their virtual assistant

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Smart speakers can also be used to play games and trivia, tell jokes, and provide educational content for children.

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Some smart speakers come with multiroom audio feature, which allows you to play music in multiple rooms at the same time, synchronizing the audio across all the speakers.

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Some smart speakers also come with a feature called "routines" or "actions" which allows you to set up a series of commands to be executed with a single phrase.

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Some newer models of smart speakers also come with built-in mesh networks, which can improve the coverage and the stability of the wifi.

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