When I was in college, my dorm room had an Apple-designed shower curtain.
I liked it because it was simple to install, and I liked how it didn’t require a ton of tools to use.
The only thing missing was a built-in showerhead.
I’ve since been using an Apple TV and Roku as my primary means of watching TV.
Amazon’s latest shower curtain features an integrated remote, which you can use to switch between the two devices while still retaining your old-school view.
It’s also a bit pricier than my old, basic shower curtain, but I’ve found the extra features to be a welcome addition.
It also has a few nifty features that have made it stand out from the crowd.
The main one is that the curtain can be turned on and off using a tap, which is useful when watching TV on your phone or tablet.
The remote also has some nice controls, including a remote search function and quick access to a few of the settings.
Amazon also has several other features that I didn’t mention.
The most obvious one is its Alexa-powered remote.
The Amazon Alexa-enabled remote can control the Amazon Echo and Alexa Dot smart speaker.
It can also control the TV’s remote control with the remote itself.
It will also control a lot of the other Alexa-connected devices that I’ve used with my Echo and Dot.
Another cool feature is that Amazon’s shower curtain will also allow you to turn on the TV from the showerhead without having to leave your bed.
This works for all sorts of devices, including my smart home hub, which I use to control all sorts, many of which have built-ins to make them useful.
Amazon will also offer an Amazon-specific Alexa app for iOS and Android that will let you control your Amazon Echo, Dot, or Amazon TV.
I used the app on my Echo Dot last week, and the app worked great.
If you don’t have an Amazon Echo or Dot, you can still use Alexa to control your TV.
You can also set up a Nest thermostat, and you can even set up an Alexa speaker.
The Alexa app is available now on both iOS and the Amazon App Store.
You will need to be signed in to Amazon’s Alexa App to get started, though.
I’m not sure how much of a benefit this has over other Alexa devices that come with an Alexa-controlled thermostart.
But it’s a cool feature.
Amazon has also been rolling out its own cloud-based storage service, Amazon Cloud Drive, to its Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo smart speakers.
You’ll need to use the Amazon Cloud Service for this to work, but Amazon is now making it available to all Echo and Echo Dot devices.
This means that if you don “lose” your old smart speakers, Amazon’s cloud storage service will still work for your Echo and the Echo Dot.
It even supports older devices like the Echo 2.
But I’m unsure how much storage you’ll be able to get from Amazon Cloud.
If Amazon has been successful at getting Echo and Amazon Dot devices to be compatible with cloud storage, it should be able at some point to also get Echo and Google Home to be supported by Amazon Cloud Storage.
In the future, I hope that Amazon will offer its own streaming media player.
That would be a really neat addition to any home theater system, and it’d make for a really great upgrade to any of these products.