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Expired: The new Amazon Echo Show 5 is still on sale for $50 (save 44%)

Amazon's bedside smart display was already affordable, but this is a fresh all-time low price for a brand-new product. On day 2 of Prime Day, this sale is still going.

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Update, July 17: Amazon's Prime Day sale has officially ended and this deal has expired. Check out the links below for the best current deals at Amazon and Walmart. (Walmart's Summer Savings sale continues all-day Wednesday.) 

In a surprise move, Amazon's offering its newest smart display at a discount for Prime Day and the sale is still going into the second day of the event. The Echo Show 5 (see our review) came out less than a month ago. The $90 list price was already a good deal, since it combined the voice-enabled smarts of the company's famous assistant Alexa with a touchscreen for controlling your smart home, watching videos and making video calls.

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While we expected most Alexa devices, like the Amazon Echo, to go on sale for Prime Day, the Show 5 didn't seem a likely candidate. It's brand-new and already costs much less than the company's other smart display, the $230 Echo Show Second Generation. This surprise sale might be too good to pass up if you want an Alexa touchscreen for your nightstand. You can get the Show 5 right now for $50. 

The Show 5 has a petite 5.5 inch touchscreen. It responds to voice commands and includes uncommon features like a sunrise alarm to help ease you out of your sleep. Amazon also rolled out a new smart home control panel with the Show 5, so it's easier to see and control your devices at a glance by swiping over on the touchscreen. 

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