Final Review: Amazon Echo Show 10
This smart speaker's touch screen swivels as you move around your kitchen
We’ve all been spending perhaps a bit too much time staring at our screens lately. But what about a screen that stares back?
The Amazon Echo Show 10, which works with the company’s Alexa voice-controlled assistant, uses a quiet electric motor and motion-sensing technology to track your movements. So the 10-inch touch screen continues to face you even as you move around a room.
Smart speakers, especially those with screens, are commonly used in kitchens. In my home, I found the Echo Show 10 to be useful while cooking, allowing me to read a recipe or watch a quick how-to video. Those are tasks you might otherwise use a phone or tablet for, but the Show 10’s voice commands mean you don’t need to touch the screen with messy hands.