Amazon’s Echo Show was the only smart display on the market in 2017, but fast forward a couple years later and devices like these have become ubiquitous. Much of that is due to competition from the likes of Google, which in addition to making its own hardware, has licensed out its tech to third-party manufacturers like Lenovo. Plus, two years on it’s become clear that smart displays are actually useful — they do everything smart speakers can, with a dash of helpful visuals. Now that there are so many smart displays, though, they’ve started to look and feel very similar, which can make buying one a little confusing.