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Amazon Echo Show 10

Amazon Echo Show 10

This product has multiple benefits for you and your family, including the ability to call, video call, drop in, set reminders, voice control devices, and be engaged and entertained.




Here are some of the things you can do with the Echo Show 10:


  • Make video calls: You can use the Echo Show 10 to make video calls to other Echo Show owners, or to anyone with the Alexa app on their smartphone.
  • Stream music: You can use the Echo Show 10 to stream music from a variety of services, including Amazon Music, Spotify, and Apple Music.
  • Watch videos: You can use the Echo Show 10 to watch videos from a variety of sources, including YouTube, Netflix, and Hulu.
  • Control smart home devices: You can use the Echo Show 10 to control compatible smart home devices. You can use your voice to turn on lights, adjust the thermostat, and more.
  • Get news and weather updates: You can use the Echo Show 10 to get news and weather updates.
  • Set alarms and timers: You can use the Echo Show 10 to set alarms and timers.
  • Play games: You can use the Echo Show 10 to play games.
  • Get information: You can use the Echo Show 10 to get information about a variety of topics.
  • Get creative: You can use the Echo Show 10 to get creative. You can write poems, draw pictures, and more.
  • Stay connected: You can use the Echo Show 10 to stay connected with friends and family. You can make video calls, send messages, and more.
  • Have fun: You can use the Echo Show 10 to have fun. You can play games, watch videos, and more.


The Echo Show 10 is a versatile and easy-to-use device that can be used for a variety of tasks. It is a great option for people who are looking for a way to make video calls, stream music, watch videos, control smart home devices, and more.


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  • Description

    So much entertainment - Ask Alexa to play your favourite shows, music, and podcasts from Prime Video, Netflix (coming soon), Amazon Music, Spotify, and more.

    The ultimate kitchen companion - Get unit conversions, set timers, add to your grocery list, play music and multitask with ease.


    The Show 10 can pan, tilt, and zoom, keeping you in frame wherever you are in the room thanks to a silent brushless motor and a new AZ1 neural processor that can recognize the form of a human body (different from the facial recognition the Google Nest Hub Max employs for a similar feature).


    This means it will physically pan and digitally zoom to keep you in the frame of the camera while on a video call, or keep the screen in your vision if you're following a recipe while moving around the kitchen. This neat trick is similar to the literally only decent feature of the Facebook Portal device, which uses a digital pan and zoom to stay on you during video calls.


    With the Show 10 you can now chat with grandma while you make dinner, or have a girls night with friends while relaxing on the couch - no need to hold up your phone or have your laptop in front of you. (Group calling is coming soon with Amazon's new Chime video conferencing skill, as is support for Zoom, Skype is already live.)

    Put your memories on display - Use Amazon Photos to turn your home screen into a digital frame that makes your favourite pics look great in any light with adaptive colour.

    Designed to protect your privacy - Electronically disconnect the microphones and camera with one press of a button. Slide the built-in shutter to cover the camera. Disable motion at any time.


    How to Drop In on friends and family


    Providing your contacts have approved you for Drop In, you can say, “Alexa, Drop In on [contact name]”. Just make sure you name them as they appear in your address book. If you're using a device with a screen, like a phone (below) or Echo Show, the video is distorted for a few seconds then good to go - if you want to turn it off say, "Alexa, video off," or touch the screen and select it that way.

    Also worth noting: if you don't want people Dropping In on you right now -  then enable Do Not Disturb on your Echo - just saying, "Alexa, don't disturb me," will do the trick.

    How to start a Drop In from the Alexa app


    To Drop In to a contact from your smartphone, just head to the Alexa app and go to the Conversations tab at the bottom. You’ll see that big Drop In button, which you tap to see a quick list of all Alexa devices you’re cleared to access.


    If, for whatever reason, you can’t see the one you’re looking for, you can hit the contact icon at the top right, choose the person from your address book and Drop In that way.


    Quick look: Your first Alexa commands to try

    • "Alexa, play [artist/song/album name]."
    • "Alexa, set timer for [xx] minutes/seconds."
    • "Alexa, what's the weather today?"
    • "Alexa, set an alarm for [time]."
    • "Alexa, play [radio station]."
    • "Alexa, pair my phone"
    • "Alexa, who sings this song?"
    • "Alexa, louder/quieter"
    • "Alexa, announce: "[say your message]'"
    • "Alexa, what's the date today?"
    • "Alexa, how many ounces in a pound?"


    Essential Alexa music commands

    "Alexa, play [genre]"

    "Alexa, play [playlist name] from [music service]."

    "Alexa, play the latest [artist name] [album/song]"

    "Alexa, play Sunday morning music"

    "Alexa, set volume to 6"

    "Alexa, turn this off in [minutes]."

    "Alexa, create a disco playlist."

    “Alexa, play [song] by [artist] from [service] in the [Sonos room name]” - check out our guide to using Sonos with Alexa

    "Alexa, play that song that goes 'xxxxxx"

    "Alexa, play [podcast name] from Spotify" – check out our guide to listening to podcasts with your Alexa speaker.

    How to use Alexa EQ controls

    "Alexa, set the treble to three"

    "Alexa, set night mode"

    “Alexa, increase bass.”

    "Alexa, decrease treble.”

    “Alexa, increase bass in living room.”

    "Alexa, set night mode on bedroom TV."

    “Alexa, set movie mode.”

    "Alexa, set bass to two on sound bar.”



    Alexa movie/TV commands

    “Alexa, what is the IMDb rating for [show/movie]?”

    “Alexa, tell me about the movie [whatever it’s called]”

    “Alexa, who stars in [show/movie]?”

    "Alexa, watch [title]”

    "Alexa, open Netflix”

    “Alexa, pause."

    "Alexa, fast forward [x] minutes"

    "Alexa, next / next Episode."

    "Alexa, turn volume down on Fire TV."

    "Alexa, show me movies with [actor's name]"

    Alexa timers and alarm commands

    "Alexa, set alarm for 8am"

    "Alexa, wake me up everyday at [time]"

    "Alexa, wake me up at [time] to [music or radio station]."

    "Alexa, snooze" [For nine minutes]

    "Alexa, set timer for [X minutes]."

    “Alexa, set a 10 minute [pizza] timer.” (If using multiple timers, Alexa will tell you your "pizza is ready".

    "Alexa, how long is left on the timer?"

    "Alexa, stop the timer"



    Checking calendars and reminders

    "Alexa, what's on my schedule today?"

    "Alexa, add 'Barbecue at Ben's house' to my calendar for Saturday"

    "Alexa, add features meeting to my calendar on Thursday at 4.30"

    "Alexa, what have I got on tomorrow?"

    "Alexa, add hair cut to my to-do list"

    "Alexa, what's on my to-do list?"

    Getting everyday information

    "Alexa, what's the weather like?"

    "Alexa, will it rain today?"

    "Alexa, what will the weather be like tomorrow?"

    "Alexa, what's in the news?"

    "Alexa, what's the traffic like?"

    "Alexa, what time is it in [city or country]?"

    "Alexa, what movies are playing?"

    "Alexa, what's yesterday's [team name] score?"

    "Alexa, when is the next [team name] game?"

    "Alexa, how do you spell [word]?"

    "Alexa, how do you make [recipe]?"

    Controlling your smart home

    This will all depend on your having a house full of Alexa compatible smart home tech. If you do, try these:

    "Alexa, switch accounts" [to change profiles]

    “Alexa, bedtime” (Start's bedtime routine – check out our Alexa Routines guide)

    "Alexa, discover my devices". [to find smart home tech]

    "Alexa, turn my [name] lights on"

    "Alexa, [name] lights off/out"

    "Alexa, dim the [name] lights to 50%"

    "Set the [name] light to blue."

    "Alexa, set the temperature to 21 degrees"

    "Alexa, trigger Purple Rain recipe"

    "Alexa, lock the front door"

    "Alexa, turn on the TV"

    "Alexa, show me [camera name]." (Works with display devices - Echo Show, Show 5 and Spot).

    Making and taking calls

    "Alexa, call Elizabeth"

    "Alexa, answer the call"

    "Alexa, hang up"

    "Alexa, Drop In on the living room"

    "Alexa, play messages"

    "Alexa, announce that [message]" – plays on all home network Echo devices.


    "Alexa, buy more [Amazon item]."

    "Alexa, order [Amazon item]"

    "Alexa, what's on my shopping list?"

    "Alexa, add [item] to my shopping list"

    "Alexa, where's my stuff?" [to track order]

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  • How To Use

    Here are the instructions on how to set up an Echo Show 10:


    • Plug in the Echo Show 10 and turn it on.
    • Follow the on-screen instructions to connect to your Wi-Fi network.
    • Sign in to your Amazon account.
    • You can now start using your Echo Show 10.

    Here are some additional tips for setting up your Echo Show 10:

    • You can use the Alexa app on your smartphone to set up your Echo Show 10.
    • You can use the Alexa app to create routines. Routines are a way to automate tasks. For example, you can create a routine that turns on your lights, adjusts the thermostat, and plays music when you say "Alexa, good morning."
    • You can use the Alexa app to add skills. Skills are a way to add new features to your Echo Show 10. For example, you can add a skill that lets you play Jeopardy! or a skill that lets you order a pizza.
    • You can use the Alexa app to manage your privacy settings. For example, you can turn off the microphone or the camera.

    Here are the steps on how to set up your Echo Show 10 using the Alexa app:

    • Open the Alexa app on your smartphone.
    • Tap the Devices icon in the bottom navigation bar.
    • Tap the + icon in the top right corner of the screen.
    • Tap Set up device.
    • Tap Echo Show.
    • Follow the on-screen instructions to connect to your Wi-Fi network and sign in to your Amazon account.
    • Once your Echo Show 10 is set up, you can start using it by saying "Alexa."


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