Fire HD 10 – $80
The most powerful Fire tablet available, the Fire HD 10 is on sale for $80. Even at its normal price of $150, it’s a great value if you’re in need of a basic, no-frills tablet. We gave it a score of 88 for its sharp display, solid performance and hands-free Alexa abilities. The kids version of the Fire HD 10 is on sale for $130, or $70 off its normal price. You’re getting the regular tablet in this bundle in addition to a child-proof case, a two-year warranty and one free year of Amazon Kids+.
All-new Echo – $70
Amazon’s latest Echo has dropped to $70, which is $30 off its normal price and the lowest it has been since it debuted a couple months ago. It has the new spherical design that the new Echo Dots have, and now it has a built-in Zigbee smart home hub as well. We gave it a score of 89 for its improved audio quality, included 3.5mm audio jack and better stereo performance.
Echo Studio – $160
The Echo Studio is Amazon’s best sounding smart speaker and now it’s $40 off its normal price, bringing it down to $160. If you’re set on having an Alexa smart speaker in your home and want higher quality sound, the Studio could be a good pick for you. We gave it a score of 88 for its hi-res audio, unobtrusive design and abilities as a home theater speaker.
Echo Show 5 – $45
The Echo Show 5 has dropped to $45 again, which is 50 percent off its normal price. It’s one of the most versatile Alexa smart displays thanks to its compact size that features a 5-inch touchscreen. We gave it a score of 85 for its sunrise alarm feature (which helps it work as a smart alarm clock), great sound quality and physical camera shutter. You’re also able to bundle it with a Blink Mini camera for only $5 extra.
Echo Show 8 – $65
The Echo Show 8 is on sale for $65, which is half off its normal price. One of Amazon’s mid-sized smart displays, the Echo Show 8 houses Alexa and uses its display to show recipe videos, weather forecasts, video feeds from security cameras and more. It also has a webcam that you can use to video chat with friends and family that also have Echo Show devices. You can also bundle it with a Blink Mini camera for an extra $5.
Echo Show – $150
The 2nd-gen Echo Show is on sale for $150, which is an all-time low. It may not have the rotating power than the latest Echo Show does, but that doesn’t mean this smart display is any less useful. In addition to asking Alexa to answer your queries, the Echo Show 10 can play videos, display information like appointments and weather forecasts and you can use it to video chat with friends and family.
Echo Flex – $10
Amazon knocked the price of the Echo Flex down to $10, which is 60 percent off its normal price. It’s the device to get if you don’t have a lot of space to spare but want to call upon Alexa more easily. Not only can it play music despite being so small, but it also has a built-in USB port so you can change other devices, too.
Echo Auto – $20
The Echo Auto is now 60 percent off, bringing the price down to $20. This little adapter essentially lets you use Alexa in your car provided you have LTE connectivity via your smartphone. With it, you can ask Alexa to turn on the smart lights in your home before you arrive or play music through your car’s speakers.
Eero 6 Pro – $183
Amazon’s new Eero 6 Pro mesh Wifi system has fallen to $183, which is 20 percent off its normal price. This updated system debuted along with the new Echos and features WiFi 6 support, coverage for up to 2,000 square feet and a built-in Zigbee home hub.