Amazon’s Black Friday deals offer up to 64 percent off Echo Show 8 bundles.

Amazon’s Black Friday deals offer up to 64 percent off Echo Show 8 bundles.

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Cheyenne MacDonald

The Echo Show 8 does n’t compare favorably to Amazon’s current Black Friday bundles for smart displays if you’ve been waiting for a deal. For only$ 55, Amazon is offering the second-generation Echo Show 8 with a Kasa Smart multicolor lightbulb. These typically cost more than$ 150 all together. Along with the Kasa Smart Bulb, the third-generation Echo Show 8 is also heavily discounted on Amazon, going for just$ 105 as opposed to the list price of$ 173.


The arrangement results in a 64 percent discount on the Kasa Smart lightbulb-equipped 2021 Echo Show 8 in Charcoal.

Amazon price:$ 55

One of the best smart displays available was given a new look in the 2023 Echo Show 8 ( 3rd generation ). The most recent version has a more modern design, improved capabilities, 13MP camera, spatial audio, and Alexa response times. For tasks like video calls and smart home control, its predecessor, which was released in 2021, still performs well. It has a privacy cover for the camera and automatic face framing to keep you focused on calls. Both models have a small, 8-inch touchscreen that is large enough to view content without occupying too much counter space.

The Echo Show 8 is not the only location where Amazon offers smart display deals. Additionally, the retailer is providing discounts on the Echo Shows 5 and 10, which are larger. The Blink Mini camera and Kasa Smart bulbs are two additional accessories that are included in bundles, and individual devices are discounted by 30 to 64 percent.

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