Made by Samsung subsidiary Harman International, the Allure Portable speaker, JBL Everest series of headphones, Reflect Mini 2, Contour 2, Endurance family and JBL GO 2 are invading CES 2018.
Buy a Surface Pro with an i5 and get a straight-up $200 discount. How about the i7? You get a free Cortana-powered smart speaker from Harman Kardon.
One of the most extensive, diverse, rich and compelling collections of Black Friday 2017 deals unveiled thus far comes from the US Microsoft Store.
It's not unusual for a company specialized in audio technology to release both Alexa and Google Assistant speakers. But Harman is Samsung's subsidiary.
We still have no name, price, release date or real-life pics for HP's upcoming smart Cortana speaker, but we know it connects to Windows 10 PCs.
Forget the Surface Pro 5 or Windows phones. Microsoft seems fully committed to make Cortana its next big thing, with public skills and HP devices.
The device would pre-empt sales of Microsoft's new smart speaker, Invoke. The new Echo may bring telephony services within the network of device owners.
Cortana's standalone device is called the Harman Kardon Invoke, discreetly unveiled on the company's official website as a premium Amazon Echo rival.
You'll be able to "invoke" the Microsoft-endorsed Harman Kardon Invoke smart speaker by talking to Cortana, and stream Spotify or Pandora music.
We are not sure when the event is happening... still... but Microsoft supposed has one cued up soon with change-ups and tweaks.
In exchange for a whopping $8 billion, Samsung will soon be able to release Harman-powered phones, wearables and connected car solutions.