An Amazon security camera that works with your other Amazon devices -- and Alexa? The 1080p Cloud Cam comes with two-way audio, night vision and can be displayed on your tablet, Fire TV Stick and certain Echos.
Amazon's Fire TV is your key watching streaming services such as Netflix directly on your TV. And with this 4K Ultra HD version, you can do all of this in glorious 2160p and High Dynamic Range, provided you have a compatible plan and a fast enough Internet connection at home (>25 Mbps).
Amazon's Echo is the first step to building your own smart home. The device can control apps by voice, make calls, play music and news broadcasts, answer questions and control hundreds of different popularly available smart home devices. Welcome your new computer overlords into your home.
For some high-end professionals, nothing less than a $799 iPad Pro tablet will do. But for the rest of us, Amazon's 8-inch Fire HD is a full-featured Android device with a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, Dolby stereo speakers, expandable storage and up to 12 hours of mixed battery life.
This powerful low-end device delivers far more than you'd expect a $29 tablet to. Sure, there are minor drawbacks -- the smaller screen Fire 7 is subsidized by ads displayed on its screen -- but the pros of this 4-star Android device definitely outweigh the cons.
This upgraded version of the Amazon Echo doubles as a Zigbee smart home hub. It can control a wealth of Zigbee-compatible devices from Philips, GE, Yale and others. And it can do everything else and Echo can do, of course, from answering questions to ordering you a pizza.
You can take the party on the go with the Amazon Tap, a portable Bluetooth speaker that delivers up to 9 hours of killer Dolby sound wherever you want it. Best of all, when connected to a mobile hotspot, you have access to the powerful Alexa digital assistant for real-time news and music streaming.
The waterproof (IPX8) Oasis is the next generation of the Amazon Kindle, with a 7-inch glare-free screen, an adaptive light sensor to control brightness and the ability to hold up to 32 gigs of books -- which should be enough space to hold just about every book ever written.
The Echo Dot does everything the larger Echo can, it's just a little bit smaller (and much cheaper). It's a great choice for extending your smart home -- you really can afford to put Alexa in every room.
Looking for the best e-reader your money can buy? The Voyage is an upgraded version of the already solid Paperwhite, with more built-in LED lights and an adaptive light sensor for an enhanced reading experience.