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.
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.
Check out the LG Dual Inverter air conditioner if you're looking for a quiet and efficient window unit. But its smartphone app needs work.
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.
The Speak Plus is a triple threat, giving you a dashcam, directions and Alexa in one, but it's on the pricey side.
This small Bluetooth dongle lets you use Alexa while you're driving, but the voice assistant could respond faster.
The Ubtech Lynx humanoid robot is cute, integrates with Alexa well and does some neat tricks, but is very expensive.
Alexa is built into this clever but pricey alarm clock, which also has physical buttons to let you control smart home devices and get some more shut-eye.
The Onvocal OV headphones offer clean audio quality and Amazon Alexa, all in a comfortable neckband design.
The Amazon All-New Fire TV is a versatile streaming box with excellent Alexa integration and a reasonable price tag, but the design is a head-scratcher.
While the iHome dock adds a clock and somewhat better sound quality to the Echo Dot, it's too expensive for what it offers.
The 43-inch Amazon Fire TV Edition is tempting, but the picture quality from this set doesn't measure up to the advanced, Alexa-centric interface.
The Omaker Wow delivers good overall sound, Alexa voice control and portability, but it isn't as easy to use as an Amazon speaker.
The Vaux improves the sound quality of your Amazon Echo Dot while making it portable with an integrated battery.
The Jam Voice is a cheap, portable Alexa-enabled speaker, but it suffers from weak sound quality and short battery life.
The Triby is a family-friendly Bluetooth speaker that offers Alexa functionality and fun communication tools, but it lacks the Amazon Echo's sound quality.