Smart Plug. A $25 Alexa smart plug will allow users to plug items directly into it, and it will automatically sync with an existing Echo. A demo of the product allowed Limp to set up a smart lamp in 20 seconds using only voice commands.
Wall Clock. The company also announced an Echo Wall Clock, which can be used to set timers and other time-based Alexa tasks. It will cost $30, and ship later this year.
"You never have to worry about daylight savings," Limp said. "The motor will automatically change."
Alexa Guard. Amazon also moved further into the security space.
Alexa Guard will take your Echo, smart lights and security service provider, if you have one, and sync them all together. Users could say, "Alexa, I'm leaving," and the product will move all your Echo-linked devices into guard mode. Other smart alerts include away lighting mode, where smart lights will intelligently randomize lighting to make it look like someone is home. Alexa Guard will be integrated with Ring and home alarm company ADT to begin.
Security cameras. The company also announced new Ring stick-up security cameras, which come in wired and wireless versions. Each will be available for $179.99 later this year.
Fire TV Recast. A Fire TV Recast allows users to get over-the-air TV channels, which can be viewed on Echo Show, Echo Spot, Fire TV, iOS, Android and on-the-go outside the home. It will allow up to four shows to be recorded at one time, and can stream to multiple devices simultaneously. Price starts at $229.