Amazon Echo Dot hits cheapest ever price

Ahead of Amazon Prime Day the Echo Dot (4th gen) has just plunged to its lowest ever price

Amazon Echo Dot
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Ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2022 the best smart speaker on the market today, the Echo Dot (4th Gen) has just plunged to its lowest ever price.

As a result, the Amazon Echo Dot is now just £24.99 at Amazon in Glacier White, Twilight Blue and Charcoal colourways.

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The Echo Dot (4th Gen) is Amazon's number one best selling product, delivering a stylish smart home speaker and hub in a compact form factor.

With the Echo Dot a user can play music, control smart home products via voice command, make calls to friends and family, listen to audiobooks, catch-up on the news and weather and much more, besides.

Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen): was £49.99, now £24.99

Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen): was £49.99, now £24.99
If you've been looking to upgrade your home with a smart speaker or hub then, right now, you can pick up the superb Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen) for £24.99, the lowest price it has ever retailed for. The Dot can be bagged in each of its three colourways at this price, too, and free delivery.

In our Amazon Echo Show (4th Gen) review we said it was the "best sounding" and "most capable design yet". We then gave the speaker a score of 4/5 and concluded it was a great smart home upgrade.

And that's why we find this deal so easy to recommend, it delivers that great product for its lowest ever price, with the lowest ever price cconfirmed by neutral price tracking service camelcamelcamel, which shows the £24.99 price as the lowest the product has ever retailed for.

Like the idea of a smart home speaker upgrade but would prefer something a little bigger? Then check out today's best prices on the Amazon Echo Studio below, which in our Amazon Echo Studio review we said is "the best sounding Echo by far".

Robert Jones

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