|Headquarters||1100 Enterprise Way, Sunnyvale, California 94089, United States|
|Gregg Zehr President|
Number of employees
Amazon Lab126 (sometimes known as Lab126) is a research and development and computer hardware company founded in 2004 by Gregg Zehr, based in Sunnyvale, California and is owned by Amazon.com. It is widely known for developing Amazon's Kindle line of e-readers and tablets. It is based in Sunnyvale, California and is headed by Gregg Zehr. Zehr was previously the Vice President of Hardware Engineering at Palm
In June 2014, Lab126 announced the Fire Phone that had cameras to track the user's eyes to give the impression of 3D and it was released in July.
In 2015, Lab126 released the Amazon Echo, a voice command device. In 2016, it released the Echo Dot, which is hockey puck sized version of the Echo and the Amazon Tap, a smaller, portable version of the Echo.
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