If you are just beginning to explore the new and exciting world of Amazon Echo, you may want to take a step back and learn a little about this futuristic space that you are entering into. How better to do that than to learn from the experts?
There are some great books out there to learn from. Most are very easy reads and offer a wealth of knowledge to make your Echo life easier now and in the future. We are detailing (5) of those books here in this post.
1. Amazon Echo: 2016 Edition – User Guide and Manual – Learn It Live It Love It. This book comes in paperback for $18 and offers actionable information about Echo. It is very comprehensive, up-to-date, and quite easy-to-read.
2. Amazon Echo: Simple User Guide to Program Amazon Echo. This book is by Andrew Jones who is a writing and presentation-skills coach. He is a very active user of Amazom and is a big fan of different smart gadgets. In this book he shows how to use Echo in a simple way so everybody can learn from it. This book is everything you need to know about amazon echo and it explains the simple things of how amazon echo works.
3. Amazon Echo: The Ultimate User Guide to Master Amazon Echo In No Time. This book is by Andrew Butler and is 48 pages in paperback. This book is targeted to novice users as well as experienced ones. It describes basic information about how to use the Amazon Echo as well as professional tips you won’t easily find on the Internet.
The section about how to program Echo to control Thermostat, Lights and door locks is excellent. The book is well written and most all of the tips are quite clearly explained.
4. Amazon Echo User Guide: Comprehensive Guide to Getting The Most out of Amazon E. This book is by Simon Bedford. This book explains how to purchase and set up Amazon Echo in your home, and also how to use the Alexa app. It shows you how to set “wake words”, train your Echo, and make Alexa smarter.
5. Amazon Echo: Amazon Echo For Beginners This book is by Patrick Fisher and comes in paperback for just $8.99. It is written in very basic terms, geared for novice technology people. It helps you to simply connect Echo to other devices in your home.