Nucleus Anywhere Intercom

Back in May this year we heard of a Amazon project called Amazon Knight which then sounded like a new form of 8-inch tablet from Amazon with Alexa services, voice commands, and smart home features.

Since then we have heard nothing more about this project, which was supposed to be in development in Amazon's R&D facility Lab126. But yesterday something somewhat similar was launched by another company instead, with this product also featuring Alexa and voice commands.

Called Nucleus Anywhere, this is marketed as a long distance intercom, or family intercom, and not a tablet, since the main function is to serve as a video intercom:–Service/dp/B019JSE7PC/
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As a modern day video intercom, the Nucleus intercom connects to anything, from other Nucleus Anywhere intercoms, to phones or tablets through Internet. So the idea is quite simple. The benefit is a very easy setup.

Users are added to the home screen, and can be called up as long as they are available at the other end.

And for additional services, it can also access Alexa for whatever information you want from it.

On the specifications side, the Nucleus Anywhere has an 8-inch display with 1280 x 800 resolution, a 120-degree wide-angle 5MP front camera, front facing stereo speakers, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi support, and Ethernet connection.

The price of one Nucleus Anywhere Intercom is $249, but I see that they intend to cut the price by $50 on each unit in 2-packs and 3-packs.

Nucleus Intercom Bundle
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Nucleus Anywhere Intercom 2-pack bundle
– Tom Bowen