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Staples develops an office competitor to Amazon Echo and Google Home

LAS VEGAS — While the Amazon Echo and Google Home brought the digital assistant to the home, Staples wants to do the same for the office.

To do so, the office supply chain store is bringing its iconic Easy Button to life.

Massachusetts-based Staples is testing a smart assistant device that looks like its Easy Button, which was launched as a marketing campaign and gained a bit of a cult following, but that customers can use to order products, track shipments and help with returns.

One day, according to Staples’ chief digital officer Faisal Masud, the device, backed by artificial intelligence-based IBM Watson, will also be able to call up janitorial services, make restaurant reservations, check traffic and weather, set reminders, act as an alarm clock and play the radio.

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Staples is converting its well-known Easy Button into an office digital assistant

“We want to be the assistant’s assistant,” Masud told Computerworld in an interview at the IBM World of Watson conference here this week. “Offices are going to evolve, and these services and products shouldn’t be more than a click away. I need the carpets cleaned, the windows cleaned. I need reservations for the boss at a restaurant… It will be for more than ordering pens and pencils.”

Staples’s smart office assistant will go into alpha testing with five to 10 customers by the end of the year. It’s scheduled to go into a larger beta test with about 100 large customers in the first quarter of next year.

Depending on the results of those two tests, the Easy Button device could be released in the second or third quarter of 2017, Masud said.

Initially, the device will be focused on ordering products, returns and tracking orders, but Staples has a bigger roadmap planned for it.

As new versions of the product are released, the Easy Button is expected to gain more abilities. Users will be able to ask it for the weather forecast or traffic advisories, to make dinner reservations for the CEO, or call a repair service to fix the coffee machine in the break room or to have the office carpets cleaned.

Eventually, Masud expects it to be 4G-enabled so it won’t need to connect to Wi-Fi.

It’s about getting ahead of, or at least keeping up with, the growing trend toward conversational commerce, which refers to interacting with companies in new ways, like messaging, voice commands and chat apps.

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Faisal Masud is chief digital officer at Staples.

“Conversational commerce is here already, and we need to play a role in it,” Masud said. “I think it’s less about [gaining] advantage over competitors. It’s about where the market is going. Conversational commerce is the future. You won’t be tied to the screen. We believe we need to give customers choices. It could make us more competitive, but that’s not the reason we’re doing it.”

IBM Watson, which gained fame in a 2011 man-versus-machine matchup with game show Jeopardy contestants, has gone on be used in the financial industry, academic research and health care.

For Masud, it’s a natural for retail, as well, by providing companies with a system that knows their entire inventory of products and their customers’ needs, as well.

“This is really very easy for Watson, so using it makes sense,” said Ezra Gottheil, an analyst with Technology Business Research. “It’s a good idea. However, unless and until it has more services, it’s just a smart Easy Button, but that is worthwhile, too, if ordering supplies is your job.”

Patrick Moorhead, an analyst with Moor Insights & Strategy, said the Watson part of this device will have to work really well or users will be disappointed and frustrated.

“It has to be more precise than the consumer Echo because we are talking about business, not fun,” he said, adding that it’s wise for Staples to roll out services gradually. “It should allow them to work it out over time but, again, business people are impatient and it needs to be done quickly.”

The Easy Button device is one of the ways that Staples executives want customers to be able to connect with the retailer.

While customers can still walk into the company’s more than 3,000 stores worldwide, they also can make orders by phone, through a mobile smart app, over Facebook Messenger and with a Slackbot.

The Easy Button device, though, is designed to take customer service to a new level – an artificial intelligence-fueled level of customer connection.

“You say, ‘I want to place an order for paper.’ It will look up what paper you ordered before and say, “Is this what you want?’ Then you approve it and it’s done,” Masud said. “Today, if you look at the life of folks interacting with us, we don’t want them spending any time dealing with friction, like calling to check in on their order or figuring out what they should buy. We want that to be seamless.”

Masud doesn’t see Staples’ device as a competitor to the Echo or Google Home.

“We don’t think it’s a competitor because we won’t be in homes at all,” he said. “This is a highly functional device for the office. We are focused on the assistant or the procurement manager.

Masud said office assistants and managers will be freed up by having the Easy Button device handle the brunt of their ordering and delivery tracking, so they can work on more complicated and important tasks.

“Watson can address more questions from customers quickly,” he added. “Now people aren’t holding on the phone, or exchanging emails or wasting time somehow. We want to incorporate services into all of this. We have business cards and copy and print services. Those are a little fragmented to the customer and now they’ll be unified by the Easy Button. We want to make office management a lot easier.”

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Amazon’s Echo Speaker Now For Sale Through Staples

Greg Mombert/Digital TrendsIf you’ve been meaning to re-up on toner for your printer, or perhaps paper for the new cover sheets you now have to slap on all your TPS reports, then you might as well shove an Amazon Echo speaker in your shopping cart to make checkout a little less … depressing? First reported by SlashGear, Amazon is now hawking its Alexa-infused Bluetooth speaker through Staples’ online store, right along with its Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets, and Fire TV streaming devices.

The move is the latest in a string of developments for the smart speaker, which leverages a voice-controlled personal assistant named Alexa to make summoning everything from streaming music to — what else? — buying stuff from Amazon just that much easier.

Amazon first released the Echo on a limited, invite-only basis in November 2014, presumably as part of a covert beta-testing effort meant to determine how people would react and interact with the cloud-based smart speaker. It took seven months, but Amazon ultimately began offering the Echo to the masses this past June.

During the time the speaker enjoyed “cool club” status, Amazon added features to the speaker that went beyond music playback and answers to questions based on Wikipedia articles , including hands-free shopping, audio-book reading, and sports score updates. Perhaps the most relevant addition to Alexa’s capabilities over this time period, however, was that of smart-home device control. As it happens, the Echo will play very nicely with Staples’ own Connect smart home hub. See? It’s all coming together.

In a rather surprising move, Amazon opened up Alexa’s API to software developers, making it possible for others to integrate the same cloud-based personal assistant in myriad devices.

There’s no indication the speaker will ever make it into Staples’ retail stores, so for now you’ll just have to imagine what it’s like to have Alexa living in your home, hanging on your every word and beaming them to the cloud; or you could just pick one up at Staples.com for $180 and find out for yourself.

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Amazon Echo sold outside Amazon.com for first time, now available at Staples.com for $180

Amazon.com is no longer the only place to buy an Amazon Echo.

Starting today, Amazon’s smart Bluetooth speaker is now available at Staples.com, the new exclusive third-party retailer of the Echo.

The device sells at $179.99 online — the same price you’ll find on Amazon, which began selling the Echo to anyone on June 23. Previously, potential Echo buyers had to wait for an invitation to buy the speaker. It cost $99 for Amazon Prime members (raised to $149 later) and $199 for everyone else.

You won’t find the Echo at Staples’ physical retail locations, as this is an online-only offer. Staples also sells other Amazon hardware like the the Fire TV, the Fire TV stick, the Fire TV game controller, and several Kindle tablets on its website.

Staples has worked hard to build up its online presence in the face of increasing competition and in February announced it was acquiring Office Depot for $6.3 billion in cash and stock. Currently, e-commerce represents nearly 50 percent of the company’s overall revenue.

The Framingham, Massachusetts-based company also opened a 15,000 square-foot engineering and development center in downtown Seattle last year. The office, which has room for about 80 employees, is being led by Faisal Masud, who previously held roles at drugstore.com, Amazon, eBay and Groupon.

Staples and Amazon have partnered in the past, with Amazon.com putting its locker system — which allows customers to order products online and pick them up at physical locations — in Staples stores back in 2012. However, Staples removed the lockers in September 2013.

As for the Echo, Amazon earlier this year introduced the cylindrical speaker that connects to the Internet and responds to voice commands, adds things to shopping lists, plays your favorite music, and tells you the news and weather, among other features. Amazon, which in June released a set of APIs that lets developers create voice-driven capabilities for the Echo, competes with Apple’s Siri, Google Now and Microsoft Cortana in the voice-activated virtual assistant market.

Reviews are generally positive for the Echo thus far, with two-thirds of reviewers on Amazon.com giving the intelligent talking speaker a 5-star rating.

Staples Connect: What You Need To Know Before You Buy Smart Home System

Last Updated: August 4, 2016

Special Note: Staples had pulled the plug on its priority smart home collection, Staples Connect. The smart home products will be transitioned to Z-Wave, another wireless platform that allows smart home devices to speak to each other. Click here to learn more.

Pros: Widest variety of starter kits, operates even if network goes down, simpler to program

Cons: Three of five starter kits lack bluetooth, not as wide a variety of products as other leading IOT brands

Unlike Lowe’s, which developed Iris internally, and unlike Home Depot, which is merely a retail partner of the independently-developed Wink, Staples Connect’s smart home system was designed for it by a company called Zonoff. Zonoff is a “white label” connected system platform developer and maker, and it sells its smart system wares to other businesses; Staples is its lone consumer customer.

This background is important only if you’re interested in the stability and longevity of your smart home product purchases. For Zonoff, IoT platforms are its only business, not one of many DIY businesses as smart home is with Lowe’s and Home Depot.

Like its big brand competitors, Staples Connect is generally compatible with ZigBee and Z-Wave products, as well as Lutron ClearConnect light switch and Serena automated window shade gear. (To learn more about wireless protocols for smart home systems, check out GearBrain’s From B to Z: How Your Smart Home Speaks Wireless)

In addition, in the past year, Staples/Zonoff has added support for the Nest Thermostat, Bose SoundTouch multi-room wireless speakers, Philips Hue, GE Link and LG ZigBee LED bulbs, Centralite 3-series ZigBee lamp modules, and the Amazon Echo.

The pluses for choosing Staples? There are many. To begin, Staples sells the widest variety of starter kits – five. Some of these start kits include its initial Linksys hub and some with the newer, more advanced Bluetooth- and ZigBee-compatible D-Link hub, which bears a startling physical (but not operational) resemblance to the Amazon Echo.

Staples also claims its system offers the lowest latency of any smart home system; this means it takes the least amount of time between tapping a control and the action actually occurring. With some systems, for instance, tap the “lights on” button and you may have to wait two to five seconds before the light actually comes on. Not with Staples’ system.

The Staples Connect app makes a clear delineation between “Activities,” essentially “if this, then that” logic programs that help you automate particular, well, activities, in your smart home, and “Modes,” that define when these activities should and should not take place. For instance, in Activities, you can set your window blinds to go down at night. But in Modes, you can tell the blinds to go down at night but only if you’re home, not when you’re away. This makes programming automatic functions far easier for the non-techie.

Like Lowe’s Iris, your Staples system survives sans Internet. If the network goes down, your lights and other connected devices can still operate because the Staples hubs’ Wi-Fi can speak to directly to its connected devices without first funneling the commands through the Internet, which is what causes latency.

Now for the issues. For some reason, the older, less compatible Linksys hub is more expensive ($99.99) than the more compatible and newer D-Link hub ($79.99). If you want your Staples smart home to be future-proof and compatible with the most number of products (within the Staples Connect universe, at least), spend less on the D-Link hub. Odd, we know.

On a similar note, many of the aforementioned products that Staples is now compatible with aren’t included in Staples Connect’s online store.

It is therefore somewhat surprising that three of Staples five starter kits include the older, not fully compatible Linksys hub, which lacks Bluetooth – and Bluetooth is definitely the future of smart home control.

Although the Staples Connect shopping site includes the Amazon Echo, the Amazon Echo Alexa smartphone app does not list Staples Connect as one of its compatible controllers. Other than Wink, only the Samsung-owned SmartThings and Insteon’s systems seem to be supported by the Echo app.

While Staples supports the usual smart home suspect products – lights, thermostats, outlets switches, cameras, sensors, door locks and shades – its Web site store selection isn’t as sophisticated, diverse or exotic as Lowe’s and especially Wink’s. (To learn more about Lowe’s and Wink, check out our article Your Smart Home’s Best Friend: Staples, Lowe’s and Home Depot)

Amazon, Best Buy, and Staples have knocked $50 off the Echo

Amazon seems intent on getting an Echo into everyone’s home right now. Just a month ago we saw Amazon drop the Echo to its lowest price yet at $130, and then the retailer sliced even deeper and offered its smart speaker for $90 during Prime Day.

Today, Amazon, Best Buy, and Staples are selling the Echo yet again for $130. While that price is higher than the all-time low of $90, it’s still a good discount if you missed the Prime Day sale and want the smart speaker right now.

Staples’ current sale lasts until 6PM Eastern/9PM Pacific on Monday night. Amazon and Best Buy, meanwhile, haven’t put a time limit on their sales. Nevertheless, it wouldn’t be surprising if this was a one-day sale everywhere.

As we’ve said before, the Echo is a great first smart device for the home. You can use it to quickly grab information from the web, purchase items from Amazon, play music, and control many third-party smart home devices.

The Echo deal is available in the smart speaker’s usual color options of white or black.

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Amazon Echo Now Available From Staples For $180

The new Amazon Echo is now available exclusively from Amazon and now Staples and is available to purchase from both Staples retail stores and online via the Staples website.

The Amazon Echo personal assistant and speaker system connects to Alexa, a cloud-based voice service, and is capable of answering questions, playing music, reading news, announcing sports scores, weather, and more.

Echo is equipped with seven microphones togerther with and beam-forming technology and listens for your voice commands to carry out objectives. The Amazon beam-forming technology has been created to enable the hardware to hear you from any direction. Its been enhanced with noise cancellation technology to allow Echo to hear commands even above other background noise or when music is playing. Amazon explains more :

Because Alexa is built in the cloud, it’s always getting smarter. The more you use Echo, the more it adapts to your speech patterns, vocabulary and personal preferences. And since Echo is always connected, it updates automatically. Echo is always adding new capabilities such as control of connected devices, Google Calendar access, streaming music, audiobooks, Amazon.com reordering and more.

Echo has been fine-tuned to deliver crisp vocals with dynamic bass response. Its dual downward-firing speakers produce 360° omni-directional audio to fill the room with immersive sound. Plus, Echo provides hands-free voice control for Amazon Music, Prime Music, Pandora, iHeartRadio, and TuneIn. Plus, Echo is Bluetooth-enabled so you can stream other popular music services like Spotify and iTunes from your phone or tablet.

Jump over to the Staples website to purchase Amazon Echo for $180 and download the companion app that is available on iOS and Android.

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Score an Amazon Fire TV for less this Black Friday, up to $40 off at Staples

The streaming TV stick genre has plenty of options, depending on your preference or brand loyalty. If you’re a fan of Amazon’s Fire TV lineup, then this deal might be of interest to you. Staples has a Fire TV Stick 4K for just $30 during Black Friday, a nice $20 off the $50 MSRP. Amazon does offer the same discount on its website, but it looks like the device has already sold out there. If you’re interested, you had better pick one up while you can.

      The Fire TV Stick 4K is an affordable streaming dongle from Amazon that offers 4K video capabilities to connected devices.
        The Fire TV Stick 4K is an affordable streaming dongle from Amazon that offers 4K video capabilities to connected devices.

      The device’s $50 price tag is already less than something like an NVIDIA SHIELD TV, but the price cut actually makes the device competitive against Xiaomi’s Mi TV Stick, which usually retails for $40 but limited to 1080p video output.

      The e-commerce giant also offers a faster, more powerful streaming device called the Fire TV Cube. By providing hands-free access to Alexa, it can replace a smart speaker in any room with a TV. You can still get all of the features that are currently offered by the regular Fire TV boxes and dongles.

      At the time of writing, it’s available for $80 over at Staples and Amazon. That’s a whopping 33% less than the original price. But if the 4K stick is any indicator, then it may not last too long. So if you’re interested in picking one up at the current discount, it might be better to do it now, rather than later.

          The Amazon Fire TV Cube combines the Echo smart speaker, the Fire TV streaming set-top box, and a universal remote.
            The Amazon Fire TV Cube combines the Echo smart speaker, the Fire TV streaming set-top box, and a universal remote.

          If you don’t need that much horsepower, no need to worry. The latest Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote is on sale for $28 (originally $40). It packs in an enhanced 1.7GHz quad-core processor, making it 50% more powerful than the previous generation. The device is capable of streaming 1080p video at 60fps with HDR compatibility, and it features a new dual-band, dual-antenna design with support for 5GHz Wi-Fi networks.

              The next-gen Fire TV Stick is capable of streaming 1080p video at 60fps with HDR compatibility.
                The next-gen Fire TV Stick is capable of streaming 1080p video at 60fps with HDR compatibility.

              Last, but not least, the all-new Fire TV Stick Lite is available for just $18 in this Black Friday. Notebly, the regular price tag of this variant is $30. Despite the ‘Lite’ moniker, the Fire TV Stick Lite includes HDR support.

                  The new Fire TV Stick Lite is an affordable version of the Fire TV Stick which is also capable of streaming in Full-HD resolution.
                    The new Fire TV Stick Lite is an affordable version of the Fire TV Stick which is also capable of streaming in Full-HD resolution.

                  To start binge-watching, just pick the appropriate link according to your budget and proceed with the purchase. The price is already discounted for Black Friday, so there’s no need for a coupon code to enjoy the markdown.

                  90,000 Does Amazon Echo Show 5 have a booth?

                  Best answer: yes, Amazon offers an attractive and affordable first person stand that tilts to easily showcase the superior display at Echo Show 5. The stand attaches magnetically for easy assembly and disassembly.

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                  Echo Show 5 is the newest and arguably most useful Alexa powered Echo. It offers many of the best features of the Echo Show, its bigger brother, at a much better price than the full-size Echo Show or the pint Echo Spot.And like its Echo siblings, the Echo Show 5 offers an optional stand to enhance the smart speaker’s functionality.

                  While the Echo Show 5 is undoubtedly a great looking product in its own right, in some cases you may want it to … stand out a little. For example, when using it on an end table, nightstand, or crowded table, it’s nice to be able to adjust the device’s height and viewing angle. Amazon makes its own stand in black and white that perfectly matches the colors on offer at the Echo Show 5.

                  Not only does the stand allow you to adjust the viewing angle of the device, it also attaches to the Echo Show 5 with magnets for easy assembly and disassembly. No brackets or screws required!

                  Are there any other options?

                  We have not been able to find any third-party Echo Show 5 booth currently featured on Amazon, although we expect this to change soon. Alternatively, you can purchase a speaker stand without the Echo. They tend to be more expensive than the Amazon variant, however, and may not match your Alexa aesthetic.For now, we recommend the Echo Show 5 Adjustable Stand as a great addition to your new desktop assistant.

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                  These adjustable stands are available in black, white or metallic.The stands are equipped with foam insulation to reduce vibration and prevent the unit from slipping, and are tilted vertically by 16 degrees. Plus, you get two per pack, so they sell for less than Amazon’s first booth.

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