Last week, we published an in-depth review of the Invoke speaker, by our Executive Editor Daniel Rubino. If you haven't read it yet, you should. There's a lot to like about Invoke, but it's far from perfect and Rubino sums the whole thing up nicely.
Still, we have a soft spot for Cortana, and Invoke is a great product. The audio quality in particular is very impressive. There's a conversation happening right now in our forums about whether or not our community members already bought Invoke or if they soon plan to.
What do you think? You going all-in on Invoke? If so, why? And if not, why not? If you already use another voice-controller speaker, which one? Vote in our poll below, and then hit the forum link to chime in with specifics.
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