There’s a whole lot to like about Google’s first smart display: it’s got an attractive, petite design that comes in four colors, it’s got a 7-inch touchscreen display for displaying YouTube or Netflix videos or monitor your Nest security cameras, it’s got a speaker that can more than fill your bedroom or kitchen with music or cooking instructions, and it’s got the latest and greatest of Google Home features, including being the first Google Home device to have Home View, Google’s one-stop dashboard for controlling and managing the smart devices throughout your entire home.

Seeing the Google Home Hub down to $99 before it even hits store shelves is impressive — public release day for the Home Hub is October 22 — but you won’t find me complaining about anything except the fact that only the Chalk and Charcoal colors are offered by Home Depot, not the beautiful blue Aqua or pink Sand.



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