If you've been eyeing up one of the new Harman Kardon Invoke Cortana speakers, but couldn't pull the trigger at its original $199 price tag, we have some good news for you. Microsoft's Black Friday deals includes the Harman Kardon Invoke for 50 percent off, that's just $99!
For many, $99 makes the Harman Kardon Invoke an obvious buy, especially considering it's internal specifications and great sound quality. If you're a Microsoft or Windows user who is interested in AI-enabled speakers, the Harman Kardon Invoke is for you!
If you're wondering what the Cortana part of the Harman Kardon Invoke speaker can do, here's a short rundown:
- Report on the weather (today and tomorrow).
- Play music.
- Identify currently playing music or the album.
- Ask about mapping information, such as "Hey Cortana, how long will it take to drive to Boston?"
- Get the latest news headlines (plays NPR hourly update from TuneIn Radio).
- Answer questions, such as "What time is Home Depot open until?"
- Set reminders, location-based reminders, alarms, and countdowns, which can then be transferred to Cortana on your phone.
- Create a calendar appointment, or ask about your next appointment.
- Make Skype calls.
- Add items to a list or have Cortana read back what is on that list.
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