The Echo Dot comes in white or black, which is a bit boring. If you want something snazzier, you can get one of these Amazon cases, which wrap the Echo Dot in different colors and materials. You can get cloth covers in Charcoal Black, Indigo and Sandstone (an off-white), and leather cases in Merlot, Midnight (black) and Saddle Tan. These cases are compatible with 2nd-Generation Echo Dots only.
One of the advantages of the Echo Dot is its small size, but what to do with the speaker's long power cord, and where do you put the speaker? This handy stand has an outlet plug and a very short USB cable, which keeps the Dot, its charger and its cord all together, right by your outlet. The stand is available in white or black and works with the 2nd-Generation Echo Dot.
Aside from Amazon, there are plenty of other companies that make cases for the Echo Dot. We're particularly fond of Fintie's colorful designs printed on synthetic leather. Options include a stained-glass window, a "love tree," and a French-inspired pattern called Versailles. The case, designed for the 2nd-Gen Echo Dot, wraps completely around the speaker.
One of the neat features of the Echo Show is its webcam, which lets you chat with other Alexa users. However, if you're worried about people dropping in on you, you can use this accessory's sliding cover to block the Show's camera. In addition, the 0.33mm-thick screen protector is made of shatterproof, tempered glass that resists fingerprints, water and oil.
Designed for the Echo Dot 2nd-Gen, this solid wood case with a walnut stain adds a bit of elegance and warmth that you can't get with other accessories. The company also makes white and black aluminum cases for the Echo Dot, which are great if you're going for a more industrial look.
The Echo Dot's small size makes it easy to place in any room, but what if you want to take it outside? The Dox, by Ninety7, is a simple battery case for the Dot that will let you use the speaker unplugged for up to 10 hours. It's wrapped in a black (or white) cloth, and four LEDs let you know how much juice is left.
This charger for the Echo Dot isn't as sleek as the Dox, but it has a 10,000 mAh battery, which should give the Dot power for 10 to 15 hours. And, it's also designed to accommodate a Google Mini Home smart speaker, too. The battery comes with a USB-C-to-microUSB cable, and can also be used to juice up other accessories, such as a smartphone.