As 4K HDR streaming devices go, the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K does a great job balancing functionality, price and performance.
The Amazon Echo Input Portable offers all of the key features of an Echo device with the bonus of portability.
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.
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 Sonos One is the best-sounding Alexa speaker yet, and its integration with Amazon’s assistant is excellent (if not yet complete).
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.
For those who are about to rock, the Stanmore II has just about everything you need--as long as you don’t mind spending a big chunk of money.
Amazon's Alexa-powered camera that tells you what to wear is a neat idea, but it's not for everyone.
While it's amusing to see Big Mouth Billy Bass lip sync with Alexa, this novelty doesn't seem worth $40.
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.