Packing four drivers and as subwoofer, the Infiniti S makes its debut at CES to awe your ears.
While it's expensive and still a work in progress, UE's Megablast speaker is the best-sounding portable Alexa-enabled speaker out there right now.
While it's expensive and still a work in progress, UE's Blast speaker is one of the best sounding portable Alexa-enabled speakers.
The Echo Spot is a fine for what it is, but Amazon still hasn't done enough to convince us that Alexa needs a touchscreen at all.
Although too expensive for mass appeal, the Google Home Max is the best-sounding smart speaker yet.
The Q Acoustics 3020 are a lively and engrossing set of compact speakers that offer true audiophile quality without the high price.
Amazon's Alexa voice service finds a home on your car's dashboard through integration with Garmin's newest device and navigation software.
Minor annoyances hold the TicHome Mini back from being a true Google Home Mini alternative, but it works well enough to warrant consideration as a feature-rich Bluetooth speaker.
The Bluetooth speaker also comes with old-school physical knobs for your inner hipster.
The Polk Omni S2 is a well-priced, versatile Play-Fi speaker with decent sound quality, but Sonos' shadow looms large.
The Samsung HW-MS750 offers a decent mix of features and performance, but it's simply too expensive.
If you have a Yamaha receiver, the Yamaha MusicCast WX-010 is a perfect complement, offering delightful sound quality in a compact package.
The Focal Sib Evo Dolby Atmos 5.1.2 surround kit looks great with its curvy satellites and offers decent performance, but it's a little quirky to set up.
Hold off on the Echo Plus until Amazon improves the Alexa app's smart home controls.
If you can overlook that high price tag, the Beoplay P2 is a very nice little Bluetooth speaker that delivers top-notch sound for its size class.
Alexa is still the most compelling voice control platform, and the new and improved Echo should only boost her momentum. It's well worth $100.
The new XL-V speaker looks similar to Amazon's original Echo and costs $130.
If you're a fan of Cortana, Windows 10 or Microsoft in general, Harman Kardon's Invoke is an exciting new smart speaker with quality sound and most of the expected smart speaker tricks.