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Sometimes motion felt a little too sensitive for what I was doing. With the Echo Show 10 on my kitchen counter one morning, it turned just a tiny bit each time I moved while eating breakfast just a few feet away. Overall it was surprisingly useful for tasks like catching up on your favorite show while making your morning coffee.

Take the motion out of the equation and the Echo Show 10 is still Amazon's most capable smart display. It comes with adaptive brightness and adaptive color, a feature highly praised on the Nest Hub Max that makes photo slideshows feel even more refined.

With the kid-centric Echo Show 5, little ones can personalize their home screen, ask Alexa for homework help, make video calls to pre-approved contacts, and set alarms to wake up to the voice of their favorite characters. The device comes with a one-year subscription to Amazon Kids+(Opens in a new window) (starting at $4.99 per month for Prime members after the first year), which offers unlimited access to thousands of books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, games, and skills. There is also a two-year "worry-free guarantee" (free replacement for broken displays).

After asking for directions to a specific location, Nest Hub (2nd Gen) will show the route on the screen and send the directions to your smartphone via Google Maps. Super easy, right? By comparison, when we tested this feature during our review of the Echo Show 5, we found that it will only tell you how long it should take to get to your destination and won't send any maps to your smartphone. Nest Hub (2nd Gen) is the more convenient device in this regard.

At 7 inches, the screen on the Nest Hub is 1.5 inches larger than the Echo Show 5's. It might not seem like a lot, but it does make activities like streaming YouTube videos and following recipes more convenient. The resolution is also better on the Nest Hub, so you'll be able to see more details when watching shows and movies.

The 5.5-inch screen on the Echo Show 5 is about the size of an average smartphone, which is an inch and a half smaller than the Nest Hub's screen. This is both a pro and a con. A smaller screen makes the device more compact and thus helps it to be more portable. However, the screen size might not be as helpful in some situations, like when you're watching a show or following a recipe.

If you've paid for an Amazon Prime subscription, then you can easily stream Prime Video shows and movies onto your Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen). It also makes it easier to order items directly from Amazon. There's more to see than Prime Video, however. Check out this list of live TV services that you can watch on an Echo Show.

These are both quality displays that can help you manage your smart home devices, look up recipes, stream shows, and do several other things. Overall, the Nest Hub (2nd Gen) offers the best smart speaker features since it gives you a better YouTube experience, displays photos better, and can help track your sleep.

The Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen) is a great contender too, especially given the low price and built-in camera. If you already have Alexa devices set up in your home, it's an excellent display to use. It's also slightly less expensive, features a camera, and works with several smart home devices. It makes it easier to stream shows and movies from Prime Video or order products from Amazon. However, the clunky YouTube usage and fewer touchscreen controls make it a slightly less convenient device than the Nest Hub (2nd Gen).

There has never been a better time to buy an Amazon Echo device. Multiple versions of the Amazon smart speaker are on sale right now ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2022. We've found the best Amazon deals on the Echo, Echo Dot and Echo show that you can shop today.

So strange I get nothing about the remote in settings and when I ask to order one full price is all I see. Also when I say open fire tv nothing happens. The update only took about 3 seconds but I have noticed absolute


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