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In this hilarious, Alexa Fails Super Bowl Commercial, Harrison Ford and friends find themselves at the center of some epic Alexa “fails.”
Watch the Ad Right Here
Click the play button below to view Amazon’s 1:30 second Alexa fails Super Bowl ad. If viewing this on a desktop computer, you can right-click on the video for more options.
The Microwave is Real
For those of you who may not know, Amazon really did put Alexa in its new AmazonBasics Microwave last year. So, that part of this past Sunday’s Alexa Superbowl commercial is true. Everything else is fictitious. I have one of these and I love it.
However, Amazon did have a real-life fail recently and had to pull its new Echo Wall Clock due to connectivity issues. The company says the inexpensive clock with Alexa timers and alarms will return soon.
I also bought one of these and I love it.
Alexa Fails Super Bowl Commercial: What Do You Think?
So what do YOU think about the Amazon Alexa Fails Super Bowl ad? Do you agree that it is funny?
Do you think that we will see voice assistants like Alexa in more and more consumer products as time goes on? If so, what type of appliance would you like to control with your Echo device?
For me, it would be the ability to turn on and off my morning shower. Or maybe flush my toilet? Now that would be pretty convenient!
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Tim Brennan, Technical Writer & Blogger
Tim Brennan [a.k.a. "Tec Timmy"] is a senior technical writer with over 20 years of experience writing for companies and organizations in and around Greater Boston, including GE and MIT. In addition to actively writing for this smart home blog, Tim is also a regular contributor over at UniversalRemoteReviews.com. Tim holds a BA in Journalism from Northeastern University. Brennan is a father to two sons, an active blogger, a Star Wars nut, and loves a good taco🌮. There is a strong chance he is developing a crush on Amazon Alexa. You can learn more about Tim here.