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Amazon announced a slew of new products at its yearly press event. Read on to see everything the company had on display, and see our full coverage of the Amazon event here.
The new Echo Dot now has a clock.
The Echo Studio is Amazon's new high-end smart speaker aimed at audio enthusiasts.
The Echo Studio will come in a range of finishes.
The Echo Studio will pack in advanced audio components in a small size.
Amazon had on hand a new version of its Echo Show, the Echo Show 8.
The distinctive voice of Samuel L. Jackson will make an appearance on Amazon Echo smart speakers.
Alexa can now detect when you're getting upset.
Amazon stressed that privacy is top of mind.
Chef Bobby Flay was on hand to demo recipes on the new Echo Show 8.
The Echo Glow is a little ball of color-changing light that's about the size of the Echo Spot.
Amazon also announced a new model of its mesh networking Wi-Fi product, the Eero.
The Echo Flex is basically an Alexa speaker that plugs into wall power outlets. It also adds a motion sensor and a smart night light.
Also on display at the event was the Ring Alarm, Amazon's new security system.
Amazon's Stick Up Cam is meant to sit indoors within the home.
The Amazon Smart Oven is the company's new multifunction kitchen appliance. It's an air-fryer, microwave and toaster oven in one.
Amazon has a new dog tracker, the Fetch. It isn't an invisible barrier but will alert you when your best boy strays further than he should. It's out next year.
Amazon's Echo Buds are wireless earbuds that also offer built-in noise canceling.
Amazon's answer to Google Glass, the Echo Frames. They let you interact with Alexa via a mic and speaker in your eyeglasses.
The Echo Loop is Amazon's new wearable tech device, and yet another way to access Alexa.