The Amazon Echo Dot is one again the best smart speaker for less than $50, but the $60 Echo Dot with Clock is the better value.
The Amazon Fire 7 fixes its Alexa flaw, though that shaves off a bit of its endurance. But is it better than the Walmart Onn?
Apple's first smart speaker sounds amazing, but Siri needs to do more to compete with Alexa and Google Assistant.
The Amazon Echo Plus is a huge upgrade from its predecessor, with great audio quality and a convenient built-in smart-home hub.
As 4K HDR streaming devices go, the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K does a great job balancing functionality, price and performance.
A focus on Amazon apps makes the Fire TV Stick a good choice for existing Amazon customers and less compelling for others.
With a nicer design and vastly improved audio, the third-generation Echo Dot is Amazon's best, cheapest speaker yet.
The Amazon Echo Input Portable offers all of the key features of an Echo device with the bonus of portability.
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 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.