Echo Show 5

Amazon Echo smart home devices have caught on with customers as one of the best ecosystems to hook up to, particularly if you’re already a Prime customer. They connect to Alexa, making voice command for your other smart- or voice-assisted electronics easy. They also offer great audio quality and, for the image-focused ones, excellent video quality for streaming and calling. For Black Friday 2021, Amazon has a ton of deals going on its full range of Echo products, including the Echo Dot, Echo Show and more. (There’s even an adorable tiger Dot for kids.)

Read on for some of the best from the sale, whether you’re looking for an Echo device for your smart home or one that you can take with you on the go.

Echo Buds (2nd Gen) ($69.99, originally $119.99;

Echo Buds 2nd Gen

Command Alexa on the go, thanks to this second-generation, high-tech set of earbuds. The voice clarity is also some of the best around, according to our reviewer.

Echo Dot Smart Speaker and Clock (4th Gen) ($34.99, originally $59.99;

Echo 4th Gen

The tabletop Echo is our top pick for a smart speaker and has a powerful sound and great connectivity to other Alexa-enabled Echo devices.

Echo Show 5 ($44.99, originally $84.99;

Echo Show 5

This smart device comes equipped with a small display so you can take video calls and stream the next episode of “Succession.”

Amazon Echo Frames ($154.99, originally $249.99;

Amazon Echo Frames

Amazon’s foray into smart glasses includes fairly stylish frames as well as open-ear speakers, the ability to touch base with Alexa and more.

Echo Auto ($14.99, originally $49.99;

Echo Auto

Take Alexa with you on the go with a hands-free device that mounts right in the air vent and connects via Bluetooth to your smartphone. A driver-friendly display kicks on when you’re in Auto Mode to make navigating to content and people easy.

Echo Dot (4th Gen) Kids ($34.99, originally $59.99;

Echo Dot (4th Gen) Kids

This adorable Echo Dot looks cute on dressers or diaper tables and is marked down $25 for Black Friday. Kids can use it to set alarms and get homework help, and the included year of Amazon Kids+ gives them access to interactive games and Audible books.