Google Home is the Mountain View company’s smart speaker range that ferociously tussles with the Amazon Echo in the connected home market.
Google Home comes in four flavours that each have their own nuances making them appealing; the standard Google Home, Google Home Mini, Google Home Max and the Google Home Hub.
The Google Home Max is the largest, most expensive and best sounding of the quartet thanks to its dual 4.5-inch woofers and accompanying array of tweeters.
In stark contrast, the Google Home Mini is exponentially more portable thanks to its reduced size.
While the Mini is vastly appealing for its form factor, the hardware certainly delivers noticeably less premium sound than its large brother.
The standard Google Home certainly strikes a commendable balance between audio quality, affordability and portability.
Finally, the Google Home Hub is the American tech firm’s first smart display that, as the name suggests, incorporates a screen into its design that can present users with contextual information.
The Home Hub has a score of handy functions such as the ability to act as a digital photo frame when it is not being used.
All models of the Google Home have the tech powerhouse’s Assistant built-in, meaning owners can ask their device a score of questions and command it to perform tasks.
The Google Assistant’s wealth of knowledge is ever-expanding thanks to consistent updates.
All four models of the Google Home have been slashed in price on the firm’s online store.
However, these offers will end tomorrow, April 26, at 7.59am, meaning you do not have long if you want to take advantage.
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