The Fire Max 11 is a solid deal and Amazon's best tablet yet, but unless you're content with the limitations of FireOS you're better off splurging on a more versatile slate.
Amazon’s latest Fire HD 8 revision doesn’t make massive changes, but this capable-enough tablet still feels like a steal at $100.
Apple's first smart speaker sounds amazing, but Siri needs to do more to compete with Alexa and Google Assistant.
The Amazon Kindle (2022) gets an upgraded 300 ppi display and USB-C charging while staying below $100. While it’d be nice if it was waterproof, this is now the e-reader most people should choose.
The Amazon Echo Show 15 puts Alexa on a wall and gives you a big screen with helpful widgets, but the sound could be better.
Our Amazon Alexa Voice Remote Pro review shows how it offers some good upgrades, but comes shy of Roku's "Pro" remote.
The Amazon Echo Dot was the best smart speaker for less than $50, though it's since been replaced. Plus, the $60 Echo Dot with Clock is still the better value.
The Echo Studio is Amazon's best-sounding Alexa speaker yet, offering impressive bass, but it's not quite the best in its class.
With a nicer design and vastly improved audio, the third-generation Echo Dot is Amazon's best, cheapest speaker yet.
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.
The Amazon Fire HD 10 (2021) is one long-lasting tablet, but it's not Amazon's best anymore. Here's what you need to know.
Amazon Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen) review: The $129 Amazon Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen) has a clever new auto-framing camera for video chats, making the best affordable Alexa display even better.
The Kindle Paperwhite Signature Editon has perks that you may or may not need. How to know if it's right for you.
The Kindle Paperwhite (2021) is slightly larger and still great. Here's what you need to know to see if you should upgrade.
Strong audio and even stronger smart home skills make the new Amazon Echo the most well-rounded smart speaker you can buy.
The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max is not especially faster than its cheaper version, but it's a great streaming stick nonetheless.
The Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen) isn’t much of an upgrade compared to the original, but it’s still a compact and capable bedside smart display with a built-in camera and Alexa.
The Sonos One is the best-sounding smart speaker, and its integration with smart assistants is excellent.
As 4K HDR streaming devices go, the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K does a great job balancing functionality, price and performance.
The new upgraded Amazon Fire TV Stick (2020) is faster and more powerful than the previous version, but still streams only to 1080p.
The Kindle can be a good product, if you're willing to tweak it, but reading under default conditions can be very distracting.
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?