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Sony's Bravia TVs now work with Alexa, Amazon's voice-controlled personal assistant. That means you can just speak to control them.

However, you will need an Alexa-enabled device to do so, like Amazon's Echo range of speakers.

Once your Alexa-enabled device is connected wirelessly to your TV, you can switch the TV on and off, change the volume, play/pause/stop/fast forward, switch inputs and change channels, all just by speaking.

"This is a great example of Sony's commitment to delivering a wide range of innovative technologies to our customers," said Mike Somerset, TV marketing manager at Sony UK.

"Through our award winning Bravia range with the Android platform we are able to offer compatibility to consumers who have an Amazon Echo, Echo Plus, Echo Show and Echo Dot device in their home to use their devices to interact with the home entertainment experiences made possible by Sony Bravia."

The compatibility will be unlocked via a firmware update. Click here for a full list of all compatible Sony Bravia models.

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