When it comes to smart speakers, Harman Kardon's Invoke lets Windows fans take advantage of their favorite digital assistant, Cortana. The speaker itself delivers great sound and Cortana is an able helper, allowing it to compete in a market dominated by Google and Amazon.
The Invoke is a solid product that we favorably reviewed, and many people are enjoying what it offers. Windows Central forum member newEDB recently created a thread detailing their exact Invoke experience so far.
In a series of follow-up posts, newEDB explains that the sound quality is great, Cortana is an able helper, and it works with plenty of other devices around the home.
Have you had a chance to spend some time with the Invoke speaker? Have you had the same overall positive experience as newEDB? Visit our forum and let newEDB know whether or not you share the same sentiment!
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