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Google Nest Mini

If you're a fan of the Google Home Mini, the Nest Mini offers a very similar experience with a handful of improvements and new features at the same affordable price.

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$59.99 at Amazon

Amazon Echo Dot with clock 3rd gen

Amazon has created another smart speaker that brings practical smarts to the kitchen counter or the bedside table. It's not as adventurous a device as other Echo products, but it's one of the most wallet-friendly and practical.

JBL Link 10

While the JBL Link 10 may not deliver as rich sound (or have as much battery life) as the Link 20, it's still one of the better voice-enabled portable Wi-Fi speakers out there.

Ikea Symfonisk Bookshelf WiFi Speaker

The Ikea Symfonisk Bookshelf offers an excellent, affordable introduction to multiroom music and is at its best when used as rears for a Sonos sound bar.

Apple HomePod

Apple's HomePod doesn't match the features offered on Alexa and Google Assistant speakers. But if you’re an iPhone user who prizes sound quality above all, you should seriously consider this speaker.

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$199.00 at Amazon

Sonos One

With excellent sound and the choice of Alexa or Google Assistant, the Sonos One reaffirms its place as the best smart speaker for the money.

Google Home Mini

The Google Home Mini stands tall as one of the best affordable smart speakers out there, along with the Amazon Echo Dot, but it doesn't do enough to supplant the Dot at the top of the list.

Amazon Echo 2017

Alexa is still the most compelling voice control platform, and the new and improved Echo should only boost her momentum. It's well worth $100.

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Amazon Echo Dot third-generation

This is the best Dot yet at the same irresistible price -- but it will do little to slow Google's growing momentum.

Bose Home Speaker 300

While its audio quality doesn't measure up to competitors like the cheaper Sonos One, the Bose Home Speaker 300 is a flexible smart speaker with excellent voice assistant performance.

Google Home Max

Although too expensive for mass appeal, the Google Home Max is the best-sounding smart speaker yet.

Facebook Portal Plus

Facebook's Portal Plus and Portal displays make video calling much more immersive, but high prices, a slightly awkward design (for the Plus version specifically) and some lingering privacy questions make them a tough sell for most.

JBL Link 300

For the money, the JBL Link 300 matches up well against the Sonos One and Apple's HomePod.

Ikea Symfonisk Table Lamp with WiFi speaker

The Ikea Symfonisk is an excellent-sounding Sonos-compatible Wi-Fi speaker dressed up as a beautiful lamp.

Amazon Echo Plus second-generation

If you're looking for an Alexa-enabled speaker with a Zigbee hub, the Amazon Echo Plus is your best bet. If you're looking for the best sound quality, the Sonos One is still the top contender.

Amazon Echo

More than two years after its debut, the smarter-than-ever Amazon Echo remains one of the best connected home products money can currently buy.

JBL Link 20

Among the handful of voice-enabled portable Wi-Fi speakers out there, the JBL Link 20 is arguably the best for the money.

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$39.99 at Amazon

Amazon Echo Dot 2nd Generation

The Echo Dot takes Amazon's popular smart home speaker and wraps it in an ultra-affordable package -- but the Google Home Mini is a very worthy competitor.

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