This is how you can get your hands on Google’s newest PucaPod smart-headset, a new piece of smart tech that allows you to control the music and video playback with your smartphone.
The PucaStick, as the device is called, is a smart-set that can be used to play music from your PucaPlay, Spotify or YouTube accounts, and then share it with your Pono audio app.
There’s a built-in microphone, too, and the Puca Sticks can be controlled with your voice.
The idea is that by using voice commands, the Pucas will be able to create a more personalized listening experience.
For instance, the device will show you which songs are currently playing on the Pecos, and it will even send you personalized recommendations.
PucaHeadsets also include a pair of speakers for the speakers, so you can listen to the music with headphones.
The device is designed to work with the Google Home app and its integration with the Pacopy App.
However, it can be turned on and off from within the PUCas app, and you can also control the Pumps via the Puma app.
The device is also compatible with the Amazon Echo, as long as you have an Echo device that’s running Puca.
The Alexa-enabled device also works with Google Assistant.
PucaPops will be available for $199.99, which is roughly the same price as the Amazon Alexa Echo Dot, and for a limited time you can upgrade to the PucciStick for $129.99.
There is also a $10 discount for the Puck app.
Pucus also offers two other smart-headsets.
One of the devices will allow you to stream music to your speakers, and another will allow the PuCers to control playback from the Puchips speaker.
You can use the Puke Sticks to control your Pucos via the Apple Remote App, as well.