Mobovi's TicHome Mini is a small enough to carry from room-to-room, and when you're not tapping Google's digital assistant, you can use it as a Bluetooth speaker for music.
LG's SJ9 soundbar fills the room with sound and can decode Dolby Atmos, but it doesn't sound as good as other soundbars in this price range.
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 Monster Superstar RaveBox delivers big, booming bass with clean mids and highs, an integrated light show and up to 12 hours of battery life.
This versatile wireless speaker supports over 30 music-streaming services, and the bundle is a good deal.
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.
JBL's Cinema SB 450 delivers 4K video with a ton of bass and volume, making this soundbar a legitimate contender to replace your home-theater sound system.
The Invoke from Harman Kardon will bring Cortana to the living room, but how will it compete with Amazon's Alexa speakers and Google Home?
The V-Moda Remix offers booming bass, warm highs and mids, plus a built-in headphone amplifier and a slew of customization options.
The Jam Voice is a cheap, portable Alexa-enabled speaker, but it suffers from weak sound quality and short battery life.
This Clarity is a smart speaker that crams a touchscreen home entertainment system and smart home controller in a single package.
Priced at $3,000, Devialet's Phantom Gold Bluetooth speaker is packing a powerful 4500-watt amplifier which will blow your socks off.
A unique and compelling gadget, this portable clock and Bluetooth speaker shows 8-bit art, animations and alerts on its colorful display.
Whether you want to get better sound or extend your Echo's range, you can now pair Amazon's device with Bluetooth speakers. Here's how.
Sonos' Playbase is the company's latest addition to the wireless home theater and will cost $699 when it hits store shelves in April
Thanks to a firmware update, the Amazon Tap will soon accept hands-free voice controls, just like the Echo and Echo Dot.