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Christmas Gift Guide

Amazon Echo

Amazon Dash Wand

Amazon Echo Dot

Amazon Echo Look

Amazon Echo Show

Amazon Fire Tablets

Amazon Fire TV Stick

Amazon Tap

Ecobee 4 Smart Thermostat

Element EL4KAMZ17 (Amazon Fire TV Edition)

Bixi

Cowin DiDa Speaker

Fabriq Smart Speaker

GE Sol Lamp

Huawei Mate 9

Hugo Hubble Camera

LG Hub Robot

LG InstaView Fridge

Lenovo Smart Assistant

Logitech ZeroTouch

Mattel Aristotle

Nucleus Anywhere Intercom

Omaker WoW Speaker

TCL Xess

Triby Smart Speaker

Vobot Smart Clock

Aud Click by iLuv

The Echo uses Alexa to control appliances in your house with voice commands.

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Scan groceries and add them to a shopping list, or simply ask Alexa on Amazon's new Dash Wand

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The Echo Dot has similar capabilities as the Echo, but at less than half the size and for only $50.

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The Echo Look is a camera that lets you take photos and stream video to give you AI and human fashion advice. With Alexa, you can also ask how the weather is while seeing if those pants make your butt look big.

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The new Echo Show will add a new level of interactivity to the Echo series with a touchscreen and camera. Expect video calling to be a highlight feature when the Echo Show is released later this year.

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Amazon's newest line of Fire tablets now come with Alexa.

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The Fire TV Stick is an affordable way to stream TV shows and apps with Alexa capabilities built into the voice remote.

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The Amazon Tap does everything the standard Echo can do. Thanks to its battery, you can also take it on the go.

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This is a smart thermostat with Alexa capabilities built inside.

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TV manufacturers Element (pictured), Westinghouse and Sieki have included built-in Alexa capabilities to some of their TVs to let you control the TV with your voice.

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This Bluetooth-enabled, puck-shaped device lets you interact with other devices with the wave of your hand and the sound of your voice with its Alexa capabilities.

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Cowin's DiDa speaker allows you to use similar features as the Echo, but at a lower price.

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The Fabriq's Alexa-enabled smart speaker comes in at the same price as the Echo Dot, but boasts a more powerful speaker and a battery for portability.

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GE's Sol LED lamp has Alexa built-in and offers both soft white and daylight color temperature settings.

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Huawei's Mate 9 Android smartphone comes with Alexa pre-installed.

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This eyeball-shaped camera is marketed as a baby monitor that can scan your child's face to tell you when he or she is unhappy. It also has Alexa to let you control lights and other devices from the nursery.

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Ever wish your Echo had eyes? LG's Hub Robot concept with Alexa could be an interesting way to make Alexa a little more personal.

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Introduced at CES 2017, the LG Smart InstaView fridge should be an interesting competitor to Samsung's Family Hub refrigerator. LG is adopting Alexa, while Samsung will roll out its Family Hub 2.0 model with Samsung's own Bixby virtual assistant.

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This Alexa-enabled smart speaker from Lenovo aims to fix the Echo's "meh" audio with Harmon Kardon speaker technology.

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This Android-only car mounting device lets you use Alexa on your phone when you're in your car. Simply wave your hand in front of your phone to queue up Alexa thanks to the ZeroTouch app.

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Mattel's new Aristotle child monitor has both Alexa and its own child-oriented virtual assistant built-in.

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This is a home intercom with Alexa that's an easy tool to use for those who aren't technologically inclined. 

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This is a hands-free speaker powered by Alexa that plays high-resolution audio.

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The Alexa-enabled TCL Xess is an interactive home hub with a separate, stand-alone camera.

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This is an aesthetically simple smart speaker that you can attach to your fridge to play music while you cook and use its Alexa capabilities.

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This digital clock boasts that it is the first alarm clock to have Alexa built into it.

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The Aud Click, by iLuv, is an affordable and portable Wi-Fi speaker that allows you to take Alexa on the go, as well as allow you to control appliances in your house.

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