Alongside a host of other announcements, Amazon has debuted wearables with glassed called Echo Frames and a ring named the Echo Loop, all aimed at integrating Alexa further into people’s lives.

Exploded view of Amazon's Echo Loop smart ring


Exploded view of Amazon’s Echo Loop smart ring

The Echo Frames are audio-only, with no camera or screen. The eyeglasses weigh 31 grams, and will allow the user to connect to Amazon services including Alexa at a tap.

The glasses use directional microphones and speakers that focus the audio input and output toward the user. The software for the frames will have a “VIP filter” to keep notifications to a bare minimum while you’re wearing the glasses.

Echo Frames will retail for a $179.99 “special invite price” and will be limited to only those that Amazon allows to purchase at launch. A timetable for release is not yet available.

The Echo Loop finger ring has a titanium frame, with two microphones activated by a press of a button on the bottom. The ring will notify users of a notification with a small motor in the device.

The Echo Loop has a similar invite-only purchase process, and will sell in “limited quantities” for $129.99.

Both systems need to be tethered to a smartphone —iPhone included —to function.