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Amazon Tap Photos

The Amazon Tap is a versatile Bluetooth speaker with Alexa inside. The battery lets you take this "Amazon Echo" with you.
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By James Kendrick on
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Amazon Tap size

The Amazon Tap is much smaller than the Echo.

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Amazon Tap microphone button

You must press the mic button to signal the unit you are going to speak to it.

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Amazon Tap control panel

Located on the back the panel houses a power button, headphone jack, microUSB charging port, and the Bluetooth pairing button.

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Amazon Tap top panel

The top of the Tap has five buttons for controlling the playing of media.

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Amazon Tap without optional sling

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Amazon Tap in hand

The Tap fits comfortably in the hand.

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Amazon Tap charging connection

The Amazon Tap can be charged by plugging the microUSB cable directly into the unit or by placing it in the included charging cradle. These contacts charge the device in the cradle.

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