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The new Echo Show 2nd Gen finds a far more powerful Amazon Alexa waiting for it, with none of the touchscreen uncertainty of the original. Back when Amazon first launched the Echo Show, its first smart speaker with a display, few were convinced that Alexa skills would translate from voice-only. Read More »
253 Days Ago The pressure was on to make a bigger, better Echo Show device, and Amazon delivered. Featuring a larger screen and better sound, the new Show is a combined smart speaker, TV, and overall entertainment center in one.
250 Days Ago While not all of Amazon Canada’s new suite of Echo devices are making their way to Canada, contrary to past years, a number of them actually are.
253 Days Ago It’s a major step up, but Amazon still doesn’t have the best smart speaker.
253 Days Ago Amazon Echo Show (2nd Gen) $229.99 View Product The Good Sleeker design • Larger • vibrant display • Clear room-filling audio • Skills that take advantage of screen work great • Really nice entertainment options • Easy setup The Bad Video quality isn't the best • Many skills underutilize the screen • Lousy camera The Bottom Line Amazon's second-generation Echo Show has a larger screen, booming audio, and fast performance, making the $229 price worthwhile.
250 Days Ago Shipping begins on five new Amazon devices, including the Echo Show, Echo Plus, Echo Dot, Echo Sub, and an Alexa-enabled smart plug. Here's a bit more about each device, as well as cost and how to buy.
258 Days Ago Amazon announced a slew of new devices at the end of the month in September, but it looks like the company saved the best for last.
250 Days Ago Last month, Amazon announced a handful of new Alexa-powered devices. The Echo Auto (an Alexa device for your car), third-generation Echo Dot, second-generation Echo Plus, Echo Sub (a subwoofer for other Echo speakers), Amazon Smart Plug, and second-generation Echo Show were some of the new additions.
257 Days Ago Three companies are battling it out in the smart home game right now: Amazon, Apple, and Google. Given that you're reading a site called "Android Police" right now, it's a fair bet that you won't want to be locked into Apple's ecosystem.