Amazon announces Alexa remote covers on Alexa Mandalorian (Star Wars)

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In collaboration with Disney + and Lucasfilm, Amazon is launching Mandalorian themed covers for Alexa Voice Remote, which are now available for pre-order.

The new remote covers feature two designs, including “Bounty Blue” for Dino Djarin and “Grog Green” for “The Sweetest Award in the Galaxy”. Add a bit of galactic fun to your streaming experience as you catch up on both seasons of Taon Mandalorian, streaming now on Disney +. The sturdy silicone case will protect you from accidental drops, and the vibrant colors will help you find the remote control, even if you’ve turned off all the lights in your living room for the full cinema effect. These Star Wars covers can be found on Amazon for $ 18.99.

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With the release of the covers, minor updates were announced for the new Alexa Voice Remote. The updated remote control has preset buttons to launch your favorite apps like Disney +, where you can stream the rest of the Skywalker Sage and Prime Video, as well as a guide button to display unified lists of channels and programs from live TV apps. The new remote controls will now be purchased with the purchase of a Fire TV Stick, and can be purchased separately on Amazon. The remote control is compatible with Fire TV Stick (2nd and 3rd generation), Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Stick Lite and Fire TV Cube (1st and 2nd generation).

The new remote controls for Grog and The Mandalorian are only compatible with Alexa Voice Remote (2nd and 3rd generation). Celebrate the unbreakable bond between the Mandalorians and his tiny companion with these covers and check out some of our favorites Star Wars goods while you wait for them to arrive later this month.

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