Devices like the eero mesh Echo Auto, Echo Dot and Echo Buds are all marked down for Prime Day this year. Read to find out more about available discounts from Amazon.
<p>During <a href="https://www.techrepublic.com/article/amazon-prime-day-2021-how-to-get-the-best-tech-deals/" data-absolute="true">Amazon Prime Day</a>, thousands of products ranging from laptops and office supplies to TVs and other home goods are discounted significantly for <a href="https://www.amazon.com/tryprimefree?ref_=assoc_tag_ph_1427739975520&_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=pf4&tag=tr-biz-20" target="_blank" data-absolute="true" rel="noopener noreferrer nofollow" data-component="externalLink">Prime members</a>. While members are guaranteed to find just about anything on their list at a lower price, deals on Amazon devices are especially good. Here are a few of the best deals available for Amazon devices.
Disclaimer: The pricing and product availability information was accurate at the time of publication.
Amazon Echo Auto
Echo Auto allows you to add Alexa to your car so you can use your voice to play music, check the news, make calls, add to your to do-list, set reminders and more. According to Amazon, the device features eight microphones and far-field technology, so the device can hear you over any external noises, and Auto Mode with turns your smartphone into a “a driver-friendly display that complements your Echo Auto.” Users can also stream from Audible, Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, SiriusXM and radio stations with TuneIn and iHeartRadio. A vent mount is included.
$15 at Amazon
Echo Dot (4th Gen, 2020 release)
The Echo Dot is one of Amazon’s most popular smart speakers. It offers access to Alexa so you can play music, get answers to questions, get news updates, check the weather, control compatible smart home devices and much more. For Prime Day, Amazon is offering six months of free Amazon Music Unlimited with the purchase of select Amazon Echo devices. Prime members can also save $50 off the original price of the fourth generation Echo Dot when they buy two devices. Additional details can be found on the retailer’s site.
$25 at Amazon
Echo Show 8
Amazon’s Echo Show 8 features an 8″ HD screen, stereo sound, and Alexa built in. The device can be used for video calling and messaging, watching TV shows or movies, displaying pictures or listening to music, podcasts or audiobooks. The Echo Show 8 can also manage your smart home with voice control or on the display screen.
$70 at Amazon
Amazon Halo Band
Amazon’s Halo Band can track intensity-based activity, measure sleep quality and quantity and measure body fat percentage. The device also works with Alexa to tell users their health summary, activity score, sleep quality and more. Membership is free for six months and includes access to full suite of tools, features, workouts and programs.
$70 at Amazon
The all-new second generation Echo Buds feature active noise cancellation and a sealed in-ear design to limit background noise and work with the Alexa app to stream music, play Audible audiobooks, set reminders, make calls and more. Echo Buds are compatible with iOS and Android and support access to Google Assistant or Apple’s Siri and have a long-lasting battery (up to 5 hrs music playback per charge or up to 15 hrs with the charging case), according to the manufacturer. They are sweat-resistant and come with multiple layers of privacy protections and controls, including the ability to mute the microphones through the Alexa app.
$80 at Amazon