Top 10 Best Amazon Alexa Compatible Devices – Updated February 2022

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Amazon Alexa is available in a number of different devices. And if you’re already invested in the Alexa ecosystem, then it is a good idea to pick up more Alexa devices to add to your home.

In this buyer’s guide, we will be discussing the top 10 best Amazon Alexa compatible devices that you can buy right now. This will include things like smart displays, smart speakers, smart bulbs, thermostats and so much more.

Top 10 Best Amazon Alexa compatible devices

Product nameCostWhere to buy
Amazon Echo Show 5$89Amazon
C by GE Smart LED Bulbs + Smart Plug Bundle$39Amazon
Philips Hue Go$79Amazon
Amazon Echo (4th Gen)$99Amazon
Sonos Beam (Gen 2)$449Sonos
Amazon Echo Show 10$249Amazon
Blink Mini$35Amazon
Remo+ RemoBell S WiFi Video Doorbell Camera$79Amazon
Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen)$49Amazon
Ring Video Doorbell 3$179Amazon

Amazon Echo Show 5

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  • Price: $89
  • Where to buy: Amazon

The Amazon Echo Show 5 can do everything that Alexa can do, now with a display. The Echo Show 5 is great to put in the kitchen or even in a bedroom on a nightstand in your room.

The display on the Echo Show 5 is a bit wider than the other Echo Show devices, which means it can show more content in-line versus the 8 or 10-inch models.

It’s great for controling your smart home, as well as playing music, watching Prime Video and much more.


Amazon Echo Show 5 - Amazon

C by GE Smart LED Bulbs + Smart Plug Bundle

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This is a great bundle to get started with actually. It’s pretty inexpensive, and also comes with a smart plug, which is always a nice added bonus.


These bulbs from GE (it’s C by GE brand does the smart home products) are pretty basic. These are soft white bulbs, hence the much lower price here. They offer up the ability to use Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and even Apple’s Siri or Homekit for voice control.

Smart control here isn’t as robust as on Philips Hue lights, since you can’t change the color. It’s on or off, you can schedule them, and dim them. And that’s about it. That makes these great for ceiling lights in your home.

C by GE Smart LED Bulbs + Smart Plug Bundle - Amazon


Philips Hue Go

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  • Price: $79.97
  • Buy: Amazon
  • Works with: Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple Siri/Homekit, IFTTT

The Philips Hue Go is another really cool light that you can add to your setup. Many people refer to it as a “bowl of light” which is technically true. The Philips Hue Go is also portable, meaning that it does not need to stay plugged in. So you can put it anywhere. Bounce the light off of the wall and so forth. Which is another way to add some cool accent lighting to your home.

This is a multi-colored light, with up to 16 million colors available to use here.


Much like the other Philips Hue products, the Go works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri/Homekit. It is also a newer model, so it works with Bluetooth too. Meaning it is not required to have the bridge.

Philips Hue Go - Amazon

Amazon Echo (4th Generation)

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Amazon’s fourth-generation Echo smart speaker is the best one yet, and perfect for those that are building a smart home. Since it has a Zigbee hub built into the speaker.

With this fourth-generation speaker from Amazon, it has improved the audio and also redesigned the speaker. You’re getting premium audio on the Amazon Echo, so you won’t need to use something like a Sonos or Bose speaker to get great audio.

The redesign on the Amazon Echo means that it is going to be able to better project audio in your home. As well as looking really unique. The Alexa ring is now on the bottom and can light up the table, which looks really nice.


Amazon Echo (4th Generation) - Amazon

Sonos Beam 2

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Sonos announced the new Beam 2 in September 2021, as the second-generation compact sound bar. Which has Amazon Alexa baked in (as well as Google Assistant). And it makes it the best Alexa-compatible sound bar again. We chose this over the Sonos Arc, because we feel that the price here is more attainable than the $700 for the Arc.

With the Sonos Beam 2, there is support for Dolby Atmos now, but it’s not full-on Dolby Atmos. It’s a bit strange, but it basically comes down to the size, and the fact that there are no up-firing speakers here.

Internally, things have been upgraded which will give you a better sound experience here, and it’ll also be quicker to play via AirPlay 2, as well as HDMI eARC for controlling your TV.

Sonos Beam 2 - Sonos

Amazon Echo Show 10

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  • Price: $249
  • Where to buy: Amazon

The Amazon Echo Show 10 is a redesigned Echo Show, with a display that will now follow you around the room. This is useful for a few reasons. It’s great for video calls, as you’re able to stay in the frame all the time. But it’s also good for seeing what’s happening when you’re not home. Much like the Nest Hub Max, this camera can be used for security too.

The Echo Show 10 does have a really good speaker in it, and allows you to watch content from Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and other providers. As well as allowing you to watch what’s happening on your Ring Video Doorbell.

Amazon Echo Show 10 - Amazon

Blink Mini

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  • Price: $35
  • Where to buy: Amazon

The Blink Mini is the cheapest camera on this list. And you’re probably wondering why this $35 home security camera is on this best of list, with many others that are over $100 – some of which are $200.

Well, the Blink Mini does the basics, and nothing more. It is a very small camera as you can tell by the name. Which offers two-way audio, and motion detection. It also only records in HD, and not 1080p or even 4K. Basically, you get what you pay for. And for most people, this is really all you need.

Blink Mini - Amazon

Remo+ RemoBell S WiFi Video Doorbell Camera

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  • Price: $79
  • Where to buy: Amazon
  • Compatible with: Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant

The RemoBell S is a great video doorbell to pick up, and perhaps the cheapest on this list. It does require existing doorbell wiring, which is part of why it’s so much cheaper. As there is no battery inside to power it.

It can record your front yard and see what’s going on, giving you notifications and more. There is no subscription required, so it can record and keep everything for you. Without having to pay anything extra. Which is always nice.

Remo+ RemoBell S WiFi Video Doorbell Camera - Amazon

Amazon Echo Dot (4th Generation)

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The Echo Dot also got a redesigned, and looks very similar to the Echo that is listed above. But of course, smaller. So it has a new spherical shape, which looks really futuristic and a bit like the Nexus Q.

But the Echo Dot still does its job and does it well. It’s a small smart speaker that offers some good audio now. It also has Alexa built-in. So you can ask about the traffic, weather and much more. Not to mention, streaming music. There is support for Spotify, TiDAL, Amazon Music Unlimited, Apple Music and many more.

At just $49.99, this is a really great option.

Amazon Echo Dot (4th Generation) - Amazon

Ring Video Doorbell 3

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The new Ring Video Doorbell 3 is a great device to pick up and add to your Alexa ecosystem. It adds quite a few new features, including a better way to pop out the battery and charge it. It also does 1080p HD video, with night vision. Has motion detection and person detection. So it’ll only record when it sees motion.

It does work with Echo devices, like the Echo Show, so you can see what is happening outside, from your smart display. Or on your TV with a Fire TV device.

Ring Video Doorbell 3 - Amazon