Amazon is one of the most popular places to shop in the UK - not surprising considering its expansive catalogue and vast delivery options. While the online retail Goliath sells everything from dog biscuits to garden tools, it is also well stocked with plenty of tech, from Bluetooth headphones and wireless speakers to soundbars, streamers and tablets.
Of course, Amazon also has its own artillery of devices, with the ever-expanding range of Echo multi-room smart speakers, plus Fire TV streamers and Fire tablets.
Where there are big catalogues, there are often big savings to be had.
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Amazon device deals
The Echo Input is like the Echo Dot (below) without a built-in speaker. It's meant for people who want to bring an element of Alexa control and multi-room audio to their exiting hi-fi kit for the best possible price. Now with a few quid off for an Amazon refurbished model. View Deal
The original and, ok, not the best any more but still an excellent device. Alexa as you first met her, with a built-in speaker and a further £15 knocked off.View Deal
The original might be a little long in the tooth now, but you can pick one up for nearly half-price. If you want a better-sounding and better-looking smart speaker, and don't mind spending a little extra, you should consider the Echo Plus (2018), below.View Deal
While the original Echo Plus struggled in the sound department, this latest version delivers a much improved sonic performance and a more modern aesthetic.View Deal
Amazon's most affordable streaming stick can be grabbed for a shade cheaper with an Amazon Certified Refurbished. It adds smart functionality and Alexa voice control to any TV with a spare HDMI input.View Deal
These budget wireless noise-cancelling headphones offer 35-hour battery life (with 10 minutes of charge delivering an hour’s playback), app control and a swivel design. View Deal
In recent years Bose has become renowned for its wireless headphones. The SoundLinks offer a 15-hour battery life from its Lithium batteries (supplied). We called the on-ear versions 'a very decent shout'.View Deal
We’re less familiar with the Beats by Dr. Dre wired EP on-ear headphones – which are now over 35% off in white – but no doubt the iconic aesthetic will be enough to attract some. View Deal
These impressive, on-the-go, wireless, noise-cancelling headphones come with smart, Google Assistant integration and sound very decent to boot. Very tempting with over £40 whacked off.View Deal
Home cinema deals
With a 4K and HDR compatibility, as well as Freeview Play gifting the user access to all of the regular catch-up on-demand apps on one interface, this 49in Sony is about as kitted-out as they come at this price and size.View Deal
LG has had a stellar year in the TV department with its premium OLED sets, and there's no reason to believe that form hasn't continued in its lower-ranging LCD sets. This 43in 4K HDR10 Smart TV has a plenty of apps, an easy-to-use interface and compatibility with Alexa and Google voice assistants.View Deal
There's nothing quite like Ambilight with its backlit wall of colour and this £150 price drop is the perfect opportunity to give it a try. Comes with three sides of back-firing LEDs and full 4K resolutionView Deal
A 4K player is a must accompaniment for any UHD TV and Sony's making it very hard to go elsewhere with the X800 nearly down to half price. Wireless multi-room and Bluetooth-enabled.View Deal
This excellent soundbar from Yamaha is a clear step above entry-level models in terms of quality, with a detailed and spacious soundfield and tight, tonally balanced delivery. Take advantage of Bluetooth connectivity and the 4K-compatible HDMI input.View Deal
Alexa voice control in a soundbar? Sounds pretty nifty to us. As with the Sonos Beam sodunbar, you can ask this Polk the time or weather via Alexa. Voice commands can also, say, change volume, sound modes and source selection on the bar itself.View Deal
Smaller still (about the size of a coffee mug), this five-star budget Bluetooth speaker has a decent sound and rugged build, making it an ideal travel companion. Available in multiple colours.View Deal
This is the smaller (and thus even more portable!) version of the UE Megaboom. It's now been succeeded by the third-gen Boom 3, but 2015's Boom 2 is still a great bargain if you're looking for a fun and affordable portable speaker. View Deal
Available today only, this flashy little speaker looks to be the perfect party piece with its lit-up design, extra bassy sound and 24-hour battery life. Available in multiple colours.View Deal
A similar offering to the speaker above but smaller, with a 12-hour battery life and the absence of a USB smartphone charging port. View Deal
The larger version of the wireless speaker as above, this Sony throws out a bigger sound and has more flashy light features.View Deal