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If you want to smarten up your home with an Amazon gadget for the first time, or expand your existing family of connected devices, the Prime Day sales are the perfect time to do so.
From smart speakers to ebooks, there are clever buys for all budgets.
Here’s our pick of the best Amazon device Prime Day deals to shop now, but they won't be around for long as the sale ends midnight on 13 July.
Amazon Echo Dot smart speaker
The Echo Dot has evolved into a fine little desktop speaker and this third gen edition has a surprisingly potent mono driver that works fine with music, spoken books, and everyday interaction.
Buy it: Echo Dot (3rd Gen) | £16.99 (was £39.99) - 58% off
Park one on your bedside cabinet or home office desk, or you can use it as an upgrade to an existing (non-smart) Hi-Fi system. It is simple to set up, just run a 3.5mm lead from the Dot to an input of your audio system. Currently stellar value, with 50 per cent off.
Buy it: Echo Dot (4th gen) | £19.99 (Was £49.99) from Amazon - 60% off
Amazon’s Echo Dot was given a fresh new look in 2020 with a spherical design replacing the puck of old.
Now in its fourth generation, the humble Dot has evolved into a fully-fledged smart speaker and it's currently on sale for Amazon's Prime Day, with the newest Echo Dot having a massive 60% slashed off the price. Usually £49.99 RRP, the latest version of its best-selling smart speaker is now only £19.99.
Amazon Fire Stick
Currently the most affordable member of the Fire TV family, £12.99 (was £29.99) on Amazon, this Lite model is brilliant value. The choice of streaming shows is comprehensive, and includes BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Prime Video, Now, Disney+, ITV hub and more.
Buy it: Fire TV Stick Lite | £12.99 (was £29.99) from Amazon
It may look the same as its cheaper sibling, but this Fire TV stick adds TV control to the mix. Priced at £17.99 (was £39.99), you can use it to control TV power and volume, as well as all the other stuff.
Buy it: Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote | £17.99 (was £39.99) from Amazon
Upgrade your reading with the latest Kindle Paperweight e-reader. It’s waterproof (so you can read in the bath or on the beach without worry), it pairs with Bluetooth speakers for use with Audible spoken word content, and (most importantly) has a built-in backlight, making it easy to use in bed.
Buy it: Kindle Paperwhite 8 GB | £94.99 (Was £45) from Amazon
Amazon Fire tablet
If you’re seeking a new tablet, the more than 50 per cent saving on theFire HD 8 is a serious temptation. Amazon Fire HD tablets are locked to their own apps store (so no Google Play store), but there’s a wide selection of entertainment on tap.
Buy it: Fire HD 8 | £34.99 (was £89.99) - 61% off
You can stream Netflix or Prime Video, YouTube and BBC iPlayer amongst others, and there’s a good games library too. Those with lots of connected smart devices (lights, security, thermostat), can also use it as a low cost control panel.
Buy it: Fire HD 10 | £89.99 (was £159.99) - 44% off
The larger stablemate, the Fire HD 10, has the same functionality, but offers a more expansive screen, with a 44 per cent saving - it's a no brainer really.
The Echo Show is basically an Amazon Echo speaker with an 8-inch screen. Think of it as a bedside smart clock, or kitchen companion, where you can use it to listen to playlists, monitor your Ring doorbell and video calls to other devices.
Buy it: Echo Show 8 | £59.99 (was £99.99) - 40% off
If family members have their own Amazon speakers, use the ‘Announce’ function to broadcast when dinner is ready....
Ever wish you had Amazon Alexa voice control, and easy streaming, in your car? Well, now you can. The Echo Auto provides a bridge between the Alexa app on your smartphone and your car’s speakers.
Buy it: Echo Auto | £19.99 (was £49.99) - 60% off
It connects to your in-car entertainment system via an auxiliary input jack, or Bluetooth. It’s supplied with a simple air vent mount and runs off a USB port or a standard cigarette lighter socket.