On Wednesday, Amazon held its annual Alexa event. The company has revealed a slew of devices. It not only revealed the new Echo Dot and Echo Show, but also some very strange new devices such as Alexa-enabled smart ring and a nightlight.

Here's everything that was announced at the event:

New Echo Dot: The company has launched a new iteration of the Echo Dot. Not much has changed from the previous generation, except that this one has a display that will show time, temperature and alarm timings. It is priced at $59.99 (£48.52)

Echo Glow: The company has launched a nightlight, which it is calling Glow. It can change colour in tune to music and according to the user's preferences. It will cost $29.99 (£24.25).

Echo earbuds: This might be the most exciting launch – the company has launched AirPods style earphones, which feature active noise reduction designed by Bose. They will cost $129.99 (£105.13)

Echo Frames and Loop: The company has launched its own version of Bose's Frames along with an Alexa-enabled smart ring. The devices are available in limited circulation, by invite only, which means that it is just dipping its toe in the water. The Frames will cost $179.99 (£145.57) while the Loop ring will cost (£105.13).

Echo Flex: The company has announced a small plug-in device that can add Alexa to any outlet Add on accessories such as a motion sensor and smart night light are also available. It will cost $24.99 (£20.21).

Ring Indoor Cam: The company has revealed its Google Nest competitor which can work as an indoor security camera. It is priced at $59.99 (£48.52)

Every Smart Oven: This has to be the weirdest launch. The company has launched a combination microwave oven which will have convection, air fryer and food warmer. It will come with a free Echo Dot. You can set cooking times and the device will tell you when it is done. It is priced at $249.99 (£202.18)

Amazon Sidewalk: This is a dongle that can keep Alexa devices connected even beyond Wi-Fi range. Its purpose is to increase the range of Alexa-powered devices.

Eero: The company has launched an Alexa powered Wi-Fi booster, which will create a mesh network around the house. It will cost $99 (£80.07).

UK launch dates and prices for the devices are not available yet.

The company has also provided some software features – it has introduced an auto-delete feature for Alexa, which will allow users to automatically delete Alexa voice recordings. It will also have a text-to-speech feature, which can change audio voices such as choosing the voice of Samuel L. Jackson.

Alexa speakers will also have multi-language support. Parental controls can now moderate which child can talk to Alexa.

Amazon boxes are seen stacked for delivery in the Manhattan borough of New York City, U.S., Jan. 29, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar