(Pocket-lint) - Welcome to our roundup of the best Amazon Echo deals, with the latest pricing available for all of the Echo devices.
Our dynamic widgets gather together the very best prices from across the web and include the best pricing from all retailers - not just Amazon - but we'll also be including Prime Day discounts as and when they land.
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Amazon Echo (4th generation)
- Dimensions: 144 x 144 x 133mm, 970g
- Audio: 3.0-inch woofer and 2x 0.8-inch tweeter
Amazon's new Echo design is a ball not a cylinder, which is a surprising change in design direction. It also has support for dual-band Wi-Fi and the Zigbee smart home standard, too. It retains the audio prowess from the previous version which was, in turn, based on the Echo Plus below.
Amazon Echo Dot (4th generation)
- Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 89mm, 328g
- Audio: 1.6-inch speaker
Looking very similar to the latest Echo above, the Echo Dot is also a sphere instead of the puck shape - below - and also has dual-band Wi-Fi. But the audio is the same as in the previous Dot, so you'll get the same performance, fine for a bedside or desk but not for listening across a room.
Amazon Echo Dot (3rd generation)
- Dimensions: 43 x 99 x 99mm, 300g
- Audio: Built-in speaker, 3.5mm connection
Echo Dot is a small 'puck' shape with a much punchier speaker than the previous generation. It can now be used for music in a small space. There's a 3.5mm audio jack and Bluetooth to make other devices smart. It's basically just the top section of the Amazon Echo and it can do all the same stuff.
Amazon Echo Dot with Clock (4th generation)
- Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 89mm, 338g
- Audio: Built-in speaker, 3.5mm connection
This is a no brainer as a bedside companion, adding a clock to the Echo Dot means you can glance at it for the time, so it's a little more informative than the regular Echo Dot. It can also give some visual feedback, like the temperature, but it sounds the same as the other Echo Dot (4th generation).
Amazon Echo Studio
- Dimensions: 175 x 206 x 175mm, 3.5kg
- Audio: 5.25-inch woofer, 3x 2-inch midrange speakers, 1-inch tweeter, 3.5mm connection
The Echo Studio is Amazon's play at the high-end of music. This speaker is Dolby Atmos compatible and supports Sony's Audio 360 format too, designed to give you a bigger and more immersive sound than previous Echo devices.
Amazon Echo Show 5
- Dimensions: 148 x 86 x 73mm, 410g
- Camera: 1-megapixel sensor (2019), 2 megapixel (2021)
- Audio: 5-microphone array, 1.65-inch speaker, 3.5mm output
So-called because of its compact 5.5-inch display, the Echo Show 5 is a super little device at a great price. Indeed, because it's effectively competing with the standard Amazon Echo on price we think many will plump for this device instead. Like the Echo Spot, it can also be used as a gradually brightening alarm clock, while there's a privacy shutter over the camera, too.
There's a slightly upgraded version just launched with a 2 megapixel camera. It also comes in a new deep sea blue colour, too. The best prices on this newer version are here:
Amazon Echo Show 8
- Dimensions: 200.4 x 135.9 x 99.1mm, 1037g
- Camera: 1-megapixel sensor (2019), 13 megapixel sensor (2021)
- Audio: 4-microphone array, dual 2-inch speakers, 3.5mm connection
The in-between Echo Show is an 8-inch version, slotting into the space between the largest and the smallest. It packs beefy audio power, while also offering a cover for the camera on the front.
There's a slightly version newly available, with a much better 13 megapixel camera. Although the device remains static, the camera will follow you as you move, meaning you're always in the picture on video calls.
Amazon Echo Show 10
- Dimensions: 251 x 229 x 170 mm, 2.5kg
- Camera: 13 megapixel sensor
- Audio: 2 x 1.0-inch tweeters plus one 3.0-inch woofer
Amazon's largest Echo Show retains its 10-inch display but seriously ups the ante in terms of what it can offer - it now boasts a rotating display that can follow you as you move round the room. It's great for video calls while you're doing other stuff such as cooking a meal in the kitchen. It packs top audio power, too.
Echo Wall Clock
- Dimensions: 254 x 254 x 41mm, 380g
The Wall Clock is a bit of a strange Echo device because it doesn't have Alexa built in. Instead, it relies on you having another Alexa device around which it can pair with. The clock enables you to visually display timers on your wall so you can see when your broccoli will be finished at-a-glance. Setting up the clock is simple - there's an included wall fixer and batteries. Once you've popped in the batteries, sync the clock to your compatible Echo device by saying "Alexa, set up my Echo Wall Clock".
Amazon Echo Flex
- Dimensions: 72 x 67 x 66mm, 166g
- Audio: Built-in speaker for voice feedback
The smallest way to get Alexa in your home, the Echo Flex sits in a wall socket. There is a 3.5mm headphone jack in case you want to connect it to other in case you did want to hook it up to existing speakers. It also has a USB connection that can be used to charge a phone but there are also Echo Flex accessories, including a motion sensor and night light.