With a nicer design and vastly improved audio, the third-generation Echo Dot is Amazon's best, cheapest speaker yet.
The Insignia Fire TV Edition is a solid smart TV, with good picture quality and sound. It's the best Amazon-powered TV yet.
The Amazon Echo can stream music, answer questions, control smart home devices and help you shop — and it sounds good, too.
Amazon's second-gen Echo is more attractive and more affordable than the original, and it sounds just as good, too.
The Echo Studio is Amazon's best-sounding Alexa speaker yet, offering impressive bass, but it's not quite the best in its class.
While still a bit confused about what it wants to be, the second Echo Show is a huge improvement over the first.
As 4K HDR streaming devices go, the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K does a great job balancing functionality, price and performance.
Kid-friendly Alexa and Amazon's FreeTime Unlimited is a hoot on the Echo Dot Kids Edition, with age-appropriate answers, skills, music and audiobooks, plus solid controls to empower good parenting.
The new Echo Plus is a huge upgrade from its predecessor, with great audio quality and a convenient built-in smart-home hub.
The Kindle can be a good product, if you're willing to tweak it, but reading under default conditions can be very distracting.
The Toshiba 55-inch 4K Fire TV Edition (55LF621U19) is the best Amazon-branded smart TV we've seen, but mediocre hardware and over-aggressive advertising still weigh it down.
Amazon's Alexa-powered camera that tells you what to wear is a neat idea, but it's not for everyone.
The Echo Sub brings the most powerful bass of any Alexa speaker yet — but you're limited with how you can use it.
The all-new Kindle Paperwhite retains the great features of its predecessor, but sports a sharper screen and advanced typesetting that makes reading easier than it ever has been.
By adding a smart-home hub into the Alexa-enabled Echo Plus, Amazon is trying to make the smart home more accessible to the masses.
It's not the most attractive device, but the touch screen and camera in the Amazon Echo Show represent the next generation in smart home voice assistants.
The Zolo Mojo delivers decent sound for a small speaker but costs nearly twice as much as a Google Home Mini without offering any advantages.
Amazon Key solves a very specific problem for a very specific group of people: Amazon Prime customers who worry enough about stolen packages that they'll allow a delivery person to unlock their front door and drop the parcel off right inside their home.
This smart light has Alexa built in, but you have to really like its circular design to pay this much.
Apple's first smart speaker sounds amazing, but Siri needs to do more to compete with Alexa and Google Assistant.
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