What you need to know
- Otterbox has launched a new Star Wars Den Series stand for the Echo Dot (4th Gen).
- The stand is inspired by “Baby Yoda” from The Mandalorian.
- It will be available to purchase in the U.S. from June 10 for $25.
Otterbox has unveiled a new Star Wars Den Series stand for the Echo Dot (4th Gen), one of Amazon’s best smart speakers . As you can see in the image above, the new stand is inspired by Grogu, a fan-favorite character from the hugely popular Disney+ show The Mandalorian .
The stand has been “designed for easy interaction with the Echo Dot (4th Gen)” and is quite easy to install. It has a non-slip base to keep your Echo Dot secure and “withstand high-use for everyday enjoyment.”
The Baby Yoda-inspired Star Wars Den Series stand is now available to pre-order on Amazon for $25. However, the stand won’t begin shipping in the U.S. until June 10. Aside from the latest Echo Dot (4th Gen), a similar stand is available for the Echo Dot (3rd Gen) as well. Amazon also offers Grogu and The Mandalorian themed covers for the Alexa Voice Remote .
Star Wars Den Series stand for Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen)
Otterbox’s latest Den Series stand is inspired by the cutest bounty in the galaxy. Thanks to a non-slip base and precision-fit, the stand can hold your Echo Dot (4th Gen) securely and help it deliver optimal audio output.
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