Amazon's Echo Show 15 is here to lift your organisation game

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The Echo Show 15 is here and is Amazon’s biggest Alexa-powered display yet!

Amazon's Echo Show 15
This ultimate home companion device will help keep the whole family organised with your voice and a glance at the screen. Photo: Amazon

Designed as your household hub, it launches with features to help Aussies juggle work, life and home - perfect for our busy lifestyles.

Customise The Echo Show 15 with Alexa widgets to see household information at a glance, view a shared calendar, manage shopping and tasks, find meal inspiration and more.

Display on the wall or on a surface, horizontally or vertically.


Country Manager for Amazon Devices ANZ, Patrick Walker said: "The Echo Show 15 brings everything that makes your household tick into one place."

Make your life easy

Do you run around the house switching off appliances and lights before running out the door?

The Echo Show 15 makes it easy to set up smart routines to give the impression that someone is home.

With all Alexa devices, you can customise routines to mimic your daily routine.

The Echo Show 15 monitor on a white wall above an indoor plant, with a smiling woman in the foreground and two other people not facing the camera.
Drop in on The Echo Show 15's camera from your phone and catch up on your favourite podcasts and TV shows with one screen. Photo: Amazon

Drop-in on the dog

If you have pets, they have likely become used to having you home in the past two years.

With The Echo Show 15, you can drop in on pets via the camera on the smart display and see what they are up to at home.

Play their favourite music, flick on their favourite show or even ask your beloved doggos to stop barking, all from your phone!

If you have an Alexa-compatible doorbell or other cameras, you can drop in from your phone and keep an eye on what's happening outside your front door.

Visual ID

The Echo Show 15 has a new Visual ID so each adult can create personal profiles for appointments, reminders, recently played music and more.

Alexa can recognise you and personalise calendar events, reminders of recently played music and personal notes.

This is in addition to voice ID, which enables Alexa to recognise who is speaking and personalise the experience.

Smart home

Not only can The Echo Show 15 help organise the whole family, but you can also uncover daily recipes, cook hands-free with step-by-step instructions, and add ingredients to your shopping list.

You can also catch up with your favourites on Netflix, Prime Video, and more streaming services, your favourite tunes, or stream radio stations, podcasts, and audiobooks with Amazon Music, Spotify, and Audible.

A cook stirs a frypan in the kitchen while consulting the Echo 15 monitor on the kitchen bench.
Find recipes, cook hands-free with step-by-step instructions and add ingredients to your shopping list. Photo: Amazon

The Echo Show 15 displays memories and albums in full-screen with the Photo Frame feature.

You can set up your The Echo Show 15 to see what matters most, and customise the home screen with your important information — appointments, weather, music, and more.


The system has multiple layers of privacy controls, including a mic/camera off button and a built-in camera shutter.

It is designed to protect your privacy – Amazon is not in the business of selling your personal information to others.

Shop the brand new The Echo Show 15 and create the ultimate smart home.

Available for $399 at

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