Without much fanfare, Amazon’s Alexa is assimilating the Internet of Things, and has become the only intelligent personal assistant I actually remember to use. Here’s an ever more interesting list of integrations.

Third-Party Speakers

We saw the $50 petite FABRIQ speaker at CES this year, but haven’t managed to get our hands on one yet.

Omaker’s WoW speaker beat the Amazon Tap update to the punch with hands-free Alexa voice control on a portable speaker. The WoW has dual 4W speakers and allows you to pair multiple of them. It’s also pretty heavy.

The Invoxia Smart Portable Speaker should hopefully be in our hands soon. It has a magnetic back for attaching to the fridge, and wears many hats as a connected message board, Internet radio, and speakerphone.

Amazon’s Fire TV Devices

Nucleus is a video intercom with full Alexa functionality built in. The idea is to cover your house (and elderly relatives’ houses) in Nuclei for seamless, hands-free video calls. For the right customers it’s a fantastic solution, and we were also pleased with the intuitive security features, though not so much the video quality even on the same network, or the steep pricing.

Martian’s mVoice watches have Siri and Alexa support.

What’s next?

Sonos and C by GE.

That’s by no means an exhaustive list, but rather, a list of the products we have any actual experience with. Got an Alexa-enabled product you want us to check out? Drop a link in the comments.