Amazon Holiday Shopping List 2020

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The holiday season is in full swing, but things are looking a little different this year. Instead of flocking to the mall to snag doorbuster deals for everyone on your list, many consumers are opting for online shopping. Experts are even predicting that holiday eCommerce sales will increase by 35% this year. If you’re looking for tech to upgrade you or your loved one’s homes, Amazon smart home devices and other featured products are a holiday-list-must. Check out these Amazon products that you’ll want to keep for yourself. 

eero 6

Amazon’s dual-band mesh WiFi 6 router for $129

Amazon eero mesh router

The eero 6 is the latest installment to Amazon’s mesh WiFi network. This router covers up to 1,500 square feet, offers speeds up to 900 Mbps, supports over 75 devices simultaneously, and comes with built-in Zigbee smart-home hub for six compatible devices using Alexa. 

eero Pro 6

A tri-band mesh WiFi 6 router for $229

Amazon's eero pro 6 router

The eero Pro 6 is similar to the eero 6, but covers up to 2,000 square feet and offers speeds up to one gigabit.

Fire TV Stick 2020

HD streaming device with Alexa Voice Remote for $39.99

The Amazon Fire TV stick

The Fire TV Stick gives you access to streaming apps like Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV, and HBO to stream movies and shows in HD. The device comes with the Alexa Voice Remote that lets you control power and volume on your TV and soundbar.

Fire TV Stick Lite

HD streaming device with Alexa Voice Remote (no TV controls) for $29.99

The Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite

The Lite version of the Fire TV Stick is similar to the standard version, but the included Alexa Voice Remote doesn’t control power and volume on your TV or soundbar. 

Echo 4th Gen

Smart home hub with Alexa for $99.99

Amazon Echo 4th Gen

The Echo is probably one of the most well-known Amazon smart home devices. The 4th gen has a new look and allows you to voice control your entertainment, ask Alexa questions, make hands-free calls and more. Echo is compatible with Zigbee and Ring devices. 

Echo Dot 4th Gen

Smart speaker with Alexa for $49.99

Amazon Echo Dot 4th Gen smart-home hub

The Echo Dot is smaller than the standard Echo, but still includes voice recognition, smart device control, and assistance with small tasks using Alexa. The speaker tech isn’t as advanced as the Echo’s, but it’s still good for listening to music from anywhere in your home. 

Echo Dot Kids Edition

Designed for kids with parental controls for $59.99

Amazon Echo smart-home Kids Edition in the panda print

This Echo Dot comes with one free year of Amazon Kids+, which includes thousands of hours of kid-friendly Audible books, interactive games, and educational skills. Echo Dot Kids Edition comes with easy-to-use parental controls, and is also available in Tiger or Panda designs. 

Echo Dot with Clock 

Smart speaker with clock and Alexa for $59.99

Amazon Echo Dot with clock

Just like the Echo Dot, but with a LED clock display. This device is perfect for nightstands. You can check the time, set alarms and timers, and simply tap to snooze your alarm. 

Once you unwrap your cool Amazon products, you’ll need to make sure you have enough bandwidth and internet speed to support these new devices. Check out our suggested internet speeds based on household size and usage, or discover internet service providers available in your area. 

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Anna Ellison
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Anna Ellison
Written By
Anna Ellison
Anna is a Contributing Writer for HighSpeedOptions, covering broadband, TV, and streaming content. She started her career as a content writer in the fintech industry in 2017 before joining the mobile ad-tech space a year later. She graduated with a degree in Professional Writing from Michigan State University, which kickstarted her love of giving companies a voice and telling their stories.