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- Amazon launched several new Echo devices as well as products in other categories, such as Ring, Eero, and even a new game streaming service and controller, during a virtual press event on September 24.
- The so-named “All-new” Echo speaker costs $99.99 and includes a brand-new, spherical design enabling Dolby stereo sound as well as a built-in ZigBee smart hub.
- Here’s everything you need to know about all the new Amazon devices, and how to buy them.
- For more Amazon device event coverage, check out our guides to the new Ring devices and the new Echo smart speakers.
The literally-named “All-new” Amazon Echo speaker devices are here for 2020, announced on September 24, starting with the All-new Echo, which combines the audio oomph of the Echo Plus speakers with Amazon’s mainstream device into one product. Naturally, this Echo is priced just like it has been before, at $99.99.
Amazon also announced an All-new Echo Dot, an All-new Echo Dot with Clock, and an All-new Echo Dot Kids Edition during its online press briefing. This cost similarly to last year’s models: $49.99, $59.99, and $59.99, respectively.
An All-new Echo Show 10 smart speaker was also announced, which features a screen that can fully pivot, following you during video calls around a room, and now supports Netflix for $249.99.
To support these with the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology, Amazon also announced brand-new Eero 6 and Eero Pro 6 mesh router systems, which will go for $129.99 and $229.99, respectively.