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Billie Eilish fans will be 'Happier Than Ever' about this Cyber Monday deal

Billie Eilish is all about how her music sounds, which she spoke about when she helped Spotify announce its new HiFi audio upgrade. Then later, she took it a bit further when she partnered with Amazon on a limited-edition Echo Studio speaker with her face etched on it. That way, even when you're not listening to Billie Eilish, Billie Eilish will always be there with a deep, existential look on her face. Staring off into the distance. Yearning. She's probably thinking about all the poor Thanksgiving turkeys.

Anyways, where was I? Yes, the Echo Studio. Well, it's a limited edition version of Amazon's most powerful speaker, and right now, it's 15% off just in time for Cyber Monday. It might be a bit weird to have a musician's face plastered across your speaker, but I suppose it makes more sense than having it up on a wall. So if you're a Billie Eilish fan, this one's for you (cue: "Bad Guy").

Limited Edition Echo Studio

$195 at Amazon

This limited-edition Echo Studio is all about Billie Eilish. Not only does it offer an exceptional audio experience, but it also comes with six months of free Amazon Music Unlimited so you can blast "Bad Guy" to your heart's content.

The Echo Studio is stuffed with five speakers and Dolby Atmos support, meaning you'll get sound everywhere, and it'll be crystal clear. It also analyzes the acoustics of the environment, so you'll always get the best audio.

Of course, the Echo Studio supports Alexa, meaning you can pair this with other Cyber Monday smart home deals. Additionally, you have support for your favorite music streaming services, including Spotify. But with six months of free Amazon Music Unlimited, you already have everything you need, including spatial audio support and much more.

Of course, if this isn't your speed, you can always get in on these pretty stellar Echo Show deals.



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