The Razer Nommo Chroma is an impressive set of gaming speakers with rich, loud sound and customizable RGB lighting.
This small Bluetooth dongle lets you use Alexa while you're driving, but the voice assistant could respond faster.
Yamaha's YAS-706 delivers full sound and a robust feature set, though it's better for video than it is for music.
Yamaha's slim YAS-207 soundbar creates an immersive experience for watching movies and TV, though it isn't as good for music.
The Sony HT-ST5000 soundbar delivers detailed audio, booming bass and encompassing Atmos surround sound, but the quality comes at a steep price.
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 first smart speaker with Cortana sounds fantastic, but Microsoft's virtual assistant lags behind Alexa and Google Assistant.
Packed with features, including 4K and multiroom capabilities, Samsung's HW-MS750 delivers crisp, clear audio in an attractive package.
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.
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 Jam Voice is a cheap, portable Alexa-enabled speaker, but it suffers from weak sound quality and short battery life.
A unique and compelling gadget, this portable clock and Bluetooth speaker shows 8-bit art, animations and alerts on its colorful display.
Vizio's SB4551-D5 5.1 SmartCast system delivers true surround sound without making setup too complicated.
Creative's iRoar packs in almost everything you'd want from a Bluetooth speaker, except ruggedness, for a premium price.
The YAS-106 delivers booming bass and a good set of features for the money, although all that bass can overwhelm the mix.
The Vava Voom 20 delivers big sound for a small price — if you're willing to put up with a few design quirks and fewer features.
Sony's HT-NT5 has all the features you want in a soundbar — and more — if you're willing to pay a premium.
Libratone's One Click sounds better than the competition and offers good battery life, but it's not the most portable Bluetooth speaker out there.
Buy the JBL Charge 3 if you want a dependable $150 Bluetooth speaker with sound quality comparable to its $200 rivals. If you own a JBL Charge 2+, however, there's no need to upgrade.
Razer’s Leviathan Mini Bluetooth speaker delivers good overall sound, but lacks the ruggedness and extra features of its competitors.
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.
Braven XXL's big size is matched by its big sound and impressive durability, though the speaker is not very easy to lug around.
For a portable wireless speaker, the Zipp is packed with technology — including multiroom capabilities — and delivers well-balanced sound.