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Shop 6 of Amazon Prime Day’s absolute best device deals, starting at $18

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Prime Day only comes around once a year, so you can expect the deals on Amazon’s very own devices to be some of the best of the entire two-day event.

While you might already have an Echo Dot in your bedroom or an Echo Show in your kitchen, and maybe a Ring Doorbell on your porch, there are always new devices you can bring home to make your life easier. After all, who doesn’t want their home to be the “smartest” it can be?

Below, shop six incredible deals on Amazon’s most-loved smart devices while they are majorly marked-down during Prime Day.

Echo Dot 3rd Gen, $17.99 (Orig. $39.99)

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$17.99 $39.99 at Amazon

The tried-and-true Echo Dot is a favorite of many, and today it’s on super sale. With over 900,000 ratings, you can use this speaker to turn on and off smart lights, stream music from your favorite platforms, drop into other rooms in your home with an Echo Dot and so much more.

Echo Dot 4th Gen, $32.99 (Orig. $59.99)

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$32.99 $59.99 at Amazon

This Echo Dot upgrade came in 2020 when the 4th Generation of the smart speaker was released with the convenient addition of a digital clock. This speaker has Alexa capabilities, so you can ask it to do everything from setting a timer and giving you the weather forecast to telling you a joke or making a phone call, all with the sound of your voice. Bring home this top-rated gadget in Glacier White or Twilight Blue while it’s 45% off.

Echo Show 8, $54.99 (Orig. $109.99)

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$54.99 $109.99 at Amazon

Take your Echo Show to the next level by bringing home the Echo Show 8. Upgraded with an 8-inch HD display screen, this device is like the Echo Show 5’s newer, sleeker counterpart. Don’t miss out on snagging while it’ s 50% off d uring Prime Day.

Ring Video Doorbell Wired, $48.99 (Orig. $64.99)

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$48.99 $64.99 at Amazon

Add a little security to your home by adding a Ring Video Doorbell to your front door or porch. This 1080p HD video doorbell allows you to hear and talk to anyone at your door from your smartphone or tablet. Plus, this gadget has advanced motion detection, night vision and can give you real-time notifications.

Ring Stick Up Cam, $69.99 (Orig. $99.99)

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Credit: Amazon

$69.99 $99.99 at Amazon

If you don’t need a video doorbell but still want to add some security cameras to your house, the Ring Stick Up Cam may be the thing for you. This battery-powered camera can be mounted indoors or outdoors and allows you to see, hear and speak with people from your smart devices. You can even use the Ring app to get a live video feed of your home with this smart camera.

Fire HD 10 tablet, $74.99 (Orig. $149.99)

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Credit: Amazon

$74.99 $149.99 at Amazon

Treat yourself to the popular Fire HD 10 tablet while it’s half off d uring Prime Day. Stream your favorite music, shows and movies, check your email, hop on a Zoom call and so much more, right from the tablet. Don’t forget to choose between 32GB and 64GB of storage when adding the tablet to your cart.

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