Fans of Amazon devices will be glad to know that the retailer has announced a slew of new products that will take home entertainment and more to another level.

The retail giant recently wrapped up its hardware event where it announced many new devices with new and improved features.

CNBC noted that the company made the announcement ahead of its second Prime Day-the Prime Early Access Sale-scheduled on Oct. 11 and 12, right at the holiday shopping season.

Amazon revealed many devices, but here's a quick rundown on the biggest products fans and consumers alike would want to have:

A Kindle to Write On

Earlier Kindle versions allowed users to read their books on the go, but unlike paper books, users won't be able to literally write on the pages of their ebooks. Amazon thought about this and created the new Kindle Scribe, which is a Kindle users can write on.

The Kindle Scribe has a 10.2-inch display that users can write on using the supplied pen. Users can use this device to scribble notes on their books, leave comments on PDF files, and so on. The long battery life also means users can read a lot of things and leave notes on them for longer before having to charge.

The Kindle Scribe costs $339.99 and is available for preorder.

A Helpful Sleep Tracker

Amazon also announced the new Halo Rise, a sleep tracker that works with Alexa and utilizes technologies such as machine learning and sensor tech to accurately monitor its user's sleeping patterns.

While the user sleeps, the Halo Rise monitors sleep phases and provides users with a sleep score to help establish healthy sleep habits. The device also features a smart alarm and wake up light to help users wake up at the tight time.

The Halo Rise costs $139.99

A New Smart TV

The retail giant also announced the new Amazon Fire TV Omni Series in QLED. This TV, which comes in 65- and 75-inch models, features technologies that allow the screen to automatically adjust the display quality to the conditions in its environment to accommodate users' needs.

Amazon's new smart TV serves as a room decoration showing art pieces on the screen when not in use. It can also turn on or off whenever someone enters or leaves the room.

The new Amazon Fire TV Omni Series in QLED starts at $799.99.

Four new Echo devices

Amazon also announced the Echo Dot, the Echo Dot with Clock, the Echo Dot Kids, the Echo Studio and the Echo Auto. These four Echo devices are designed for different uses and have varying features.

The Echo Dot and the Echo Dot with Clock are improved versions of their predecessors, each providing better bass. They also have new features such as temperature controls, a built-in Wi-Fi extender, and more.

The Echo Dot Kids comes in varying designs and comes with a one-year subscription to Amazon Kids. The Echo Studio, on the other hand, is a high-end home speaker boasting new spatial audio processing technology, which results in great sound quality.

Last but not the least, the Echo Auto, as the name implies, offers flexible mounting options for drivers. Users can use this device to play music, make or take calls, and get driving instructions and more.

The Echo Dot costs at $49.99. Both the Echo Dot with Clock and Echo Dot Kids cost $59.99. The high-end Echo Studio costs $199.99, and the Echo Auto is priced at $54.99.