Got a Harman Kardon Invoke speaker but not sure where its settings are located? Fear not, we have you covered. You've got a new Invoke and set it all up, and now you want to customize it. It might not be immediately obvious how to gain access to the Settings pane for the Invoke. Here's where to find it! Microsoft hides the settings for Cortana devices within the Cortana UI....
Are you a Microsoft fan that's outside the United States yet interested in the Harman Kardon Invoke? Well good news, it appears to work outside the US. The Harman Kardon Invoke is currently a product that is sold exclusively in the United States, which for Microsoft fans and users outside the States sucks. Show More Summary
From the Black Friday event last year, Microsoft started selling the Invoke Cortana speaker for just $99. Microsoft has now extended its 50% discount offer until Feb 28th. The Harman Kardon Invoke combines premium audio with intelligent personal digital assistant. Show More Summary
At Build 2017 Microsoft announced the Harman Kardon Invoke and also an unnamed HP smart speaker both powered by Cortana. In the end, we only saw the Invoke being delivered and have been waiting for HP’s solution. It turns out another...Show More Summary
This will be a short list. So you're considering the Harman Kardon Invoke over an Amazon Echo. Or, more specifically, the $150 Echo Plus, which is closer in price to the $199 Invoke. Both are smart speakers. Both have "Skills," which let them hook into services like music or connected home products or, well, whatever. Show More Summary
If you live in the Microsoft world, the way many businesses use Cortana makes the Invoke potentially as handy around the office as at home.
Have you had a chance to use the Invoke Cortana speaker? When it comes to smart speakers, Harman Kardon's Invoke lets Windows fans take advantage of their favorite digital assistant, Cortana. The speaker itself delivers great sound and Cortana is an able helper, allowing it to compete in a market dominated by Google and Amazon. ...
During the Black Friday sale last month, Microsoft Store offered Harman Kardon Invoke voice-activated speaker for free with each Surface Laptop purchase. Microsoft Store has now extended this offer to Surface Pro Core i7 models. You can also save $40 when you buy Microsoft Complete Accidental Damage Coverage protection. Show More Summary
Now you can bundle a Core i7 Surface Pro and a Harman Kardon Invoke speaker and save $199 at Microsoft. In addition to a solid discount on the Core i5 Surface Pro, Microsoft is offering a bundle deal on the Core i7 model for the holidays as well....
Everything is becoming smart these days, from TVs, to sportswear, to speakers. Google with Google Home, Amazon and the Echo, and even Microsoft with its Cortana powered Harman Kardon Invoke. However, all of these speakers are marketed towards consumers, and some new players are looking to change that. Show More Summary
Microsoft is selling the Harman Kardon Invoke for just $99 during its Black Friday sales. This is a deal you don't want to miss! If you've been eyeing up one of the new Harman Kardon Invoke Cortana speakers, but couldn't pull the trigger at its original $199 price tag, we have some good news for you. Show More Summary
A Cortana-powered speaker, the Harman Kardon Invoke, was launched last month. Unlike other smart speakers out there, Invoke combines premium audio with intelligent personal digital assistant. At $99 price, you can purely buy it on its audio quality alone. Show More Summary
Recently, we took a look at the Invoke, a home speaker made by JBL's sister company, Harmon Kardon. We liked the Invoke as a speaker, but didn't like its virtual assistant, Cortana. We talked to HR and, this week, we've got a new assistant in a new office — the JBL Link10, powered by the Google Assistant. Show More Summary
A Cortana-powered speaker, the $199 Harman Kardon Invoke, finally launched last week. I have been using the device for more than a week now, and here’s my experience with the product. Setting up the Invoke is mostly a breeze. The device takes only a few minutes to connect to your Windows 10 PC, Android phone […] Read More: A week with the Cortana-powered Harman Kardon Invoke
The first smart speaker with Cortana sounds fantastic, but Microsoft's virtual assistant lags behind Alexa and Google Assistant.
Microsoft needs to do some tweaking to make Cortana a better at-home assistant.
A few days ago Microsoft launched the first-ever Cortana-powered smart speaker. The company teamed up with Harman Kardon to build the Invoke, a Cortana-powered smart speaker that went on sale this Sunday for $199. The device does all...Show More Summary
Invoke, the Cortana-powered speaker from the audio experts at Harman Kardon, is now available. So, you getting one? Last week, we published an in-depth review of the Invoke speaker, by our Executive Editor Daniel Rubino. If you haven't read it yet, you should. There's a lot to like about Invoke, but it's far from perfect and Rubino sums the whole thing up nicely....
Update: The Harman Kardon Invoke is now available for purchase from the Microsoft Store online and in stores. You can get one for yourself here for $199. The speaker is also available from Best Buy and HarmanKardon.com. It’s finally here. Show More Summary
My 'non-reviewer's review' of the Haman Kardon Invoke speaker that works with Cortana: A solid device, but still not something I want or need.