Save $130 on a refurbished Amazon Echo Show 15 smart display at Woot! from Mashable


SAVE $130: As of April 25, get a refurbished Amazon Echo Show 15 at Woot! for just $149.99 without the Alexa Voice Remote. That’s 49% off the device’s normal price of $279.99 with remote.

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Amazon Echo products make it easy to enjoy your favorite movies, TV, and music without having to sit at a computer or use your phone. They’re also the perfect hub for your smart home products, making them versatile devices that are well worth picking up. If you’ve been thinking about adding one to your home or upgrading what you have, now’s a great time to do so, as you can get Amazon’s biggest smart display, the Echo Show 15, for a fantastic price.

As of April 25, you can get a refurbished Amazon Echo Show 15 for just $149.99 at Woot!. That’s $130 off its normal price on Amazon, and a discount of 49%. This device does not include the Amazon Alexa Voice Remote, however. You can purchase it separately at Amazon for $34.99, which still makes this a cheaper buy than Amazon’s current bundled price.

These refurbished units have been tested and verified by Amazon to work properly, so there’s peace of mind when buying a refurbished version. There’s also a 90-day Woot! limited warranty with your purchase.

The Echo Show 15 boasts a great-looking 1080p HD display that you can use to view media or even set up to display art or photos while not in use. It’s the perfect size to put in your kitchen or another area in your home with a lot of traffic. Stream movies, music, and TV or just use the unit to control all of your other smart devices.

Customize the display’s various widgets like calendars, sticky notes, and to-do lists. Alexa comes packed with plenty of apps to personalize the unit even more from there. You can add all your smart devices to the home screen for quick access as well.

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