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I Dream Of Jinni

The Jinni (pronounced Jee-nee) All-In-One Virtual Assistant
No playing favorites:
Now speak to all your virtual assistants, anywhere and everywhere
Introducing Jinni, now on Indiegogo
This exciting cross-platform portable device allows you to access all forms of virtual assistants including Alexa, Ok Google, HelloJinni (for Droids) or Siri (for iOS) anywhere, any place and any time. See it in action here
Using just two buttons, you can toggle between the different virtual assistants, play music, listen and respond to messages, control your IoT products and more. Without ever taking out your phone, or needing to buy an Amazon Echo or Google Home Mini – you can take advantage of all that OkGoogle, Siri or Alexa have to offer. Jinni will help you get answers to important questions such as, “why is the earth round?”, or “how old is Mark Ruffalo aka: the HULK?” Jinni will assist when you are looking for directions, sending a message, or ordering from Amazon. Jinni will also let you tap into your Home automation products: locking the door for you, turning on a light or ordering an Uber.
Jinni is there for you – anywhere, any place  - at home, in the office, on vacation or business trip. 
Jinni is also quite versatile – clip Jinni onto a pocket, magnetically attach it to a shower wall or under the kitchen hood, even clip it onto the car steering wheel and easily access your virtual assistant.
The Amazon Echo Dot was the highest selling product this past Cyber Monday, but Jinni doesn’t require you to have any additional hardware such as the Echo. You will be able to still beckon Alexa, not only from the confines of your kitchen or living-room but outside these rooms, even in an outside environment. With its weeklong battery life when in touch-mode, Jinni is a totally dependable, multi-tiered device.

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