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Prime Day is the right time to save on the Echo Dot with clock

Amazon Echo Dot with Clock (4th Gen)
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Whether you want to buy your first Alexa-powered device or have a house full of them, Prime Day is a great time to pick up the 4th gen Echo Dot with clock because it's on sale for just $32.99 (opens in new tab)

This little ball of usefulness has all the features you'll find in the more pricey Echo devices, but it has one thing many others don't — an LED clock built in so you don't have to constantly ask Alexa what time it is.

The small LED display can also show your alarms and timers for a bit of extra functionality, and you can touch the top of it to snooze if you need just a few more minutes in bed.

Of course, it also can control your Alexa-compatible smart devices and tell jokes, answer your questions, or even give you the weather forecast if you ask for it, and its tiny size hides a surprisingly nice set of speakers if you want to listen to some music.

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4th gen Echo Dot with clock: $59.99 $32.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The little round Alexa device has all the features you'll find in bigger models plus a unique LED display to show the time, your alarms, or a timer. It's great for your first Alexa device or to add to a house full of them.

Amazon has built a huge ecosystem around Alexa and Prime Day is a great time to pick up any of Amazon's devices. Whether you're building out a smart home or just want an easy way to play some music, you'll probably love the way Alexa can do it.

Putting together your shopping list for Prime Day? Take a look at our guides to the best Prime Day phone deals and best Prime Day smartwatch deals so you're totally prepped for the big day.

Jerry Hildenbrand
Jerry Hildenbrand

Jerry is an amateur woodworker and struggling shade tree mechanic. There's nothing he can't take apart, but many things he can't reassemble. You'll find him writing and speaking his loud opinion on Android Central and occasionally on Twitter.