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Pre-Order Amazon’s Echo Show 15 Hub and Level Up Your Smart Home

The Echo Show 15 in landscape orientation on a kitcken counter.

With its 15.6-inch 1080p display, 5MP camera, and exclusive home-management features, the Echo Show 15 looks like the ultimate smart display for Alexa users. And nearly two months after its debut, the Echo Show 15 is finally available for pre-order.

The Echo Show 15 is more of a communal smart home hub than a typical smart display. Unlike other Echo Show devices, it features a bunch of customizable widgets for your calendar, and to-do lists. Family members can leave notes on the Echo Show 15 for one another, and you can even set up widgets with controls for your most-used smart home gadgets.

The Echo Show 15 in portrait orientation mounted to a wall.

As with other Echo Show devices, the new Echo Show 15 can stream music or movies, look up recipes, show smart security camera feeds, and connect with friends or family for a quick video chat. But it also features a nice picture frame design that can mount to walls (in portrait or landscape orientation), and you can turn off its camera and microphone using a small switch.

You can pre-order the Echo Show 15 now for $250. Orders should arrive December 9th, according to Amazon.

Echo Show 15 | Full HD 15.6" smart display with Alexa and Fire TV built in | Remote not included

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The Echo Show 15 is Amazon's biggest Alexa smart display to date. It comes with exclusive widgets to help you manage your whole smart home from one space, and its thin design is perfect for mounting on a wall in your kitchen, foyer, hallway, or office. Pre-order it today.

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