If you are buying a Pixel 2 under the special "Best Buy Pre-Order" package, then you might get the perk of getting the Google Home Mini smart speakers as well. The device makes use of Google's hardware, software as well as AI and Machine learning technologies to deliver an incredible music experience.
Google has launched its Home device in five new countries this year, and Rishi Chandra, VP of Google Home products, touted the new VoiceMatch feature, which recognizes your voice as your own and serves up your own personalized data like calendar or contacts. That big ticket does include a 12-month subscription for Youtube Red, which would otherwise cost $120. However, this feature (like many others) was limited to the United States.
All the countries Google Home is now available! That means that Australia, Canada, France, Germany and United Kingdom users will be able to register multiple users on their device soon. This feature is powered by Google AI and the speaker now supports music services like Spotify and YouTube Music. And good news! You can already grab this latest update to the Google Home application in the Play Store, so be on the lookout for an app update coming soon.
The demo area at the Google launch was very noisy, so it was hard for us to properly assess the quality of the speaker but we'd say -at this early stage - it's better than the one you find in the Echo Dot.
The Home Mini is really about one thing for you as a consumer: having your assistant everywhere any anywhere. The Home Max speaker is said to be 20x louder when compared to the first Google Home speaker and can be placed either horizontally or vertically.
It's packed with Google's own Assistant, is covered in a soft-touch mesh material and boasts touch, as well as voice controls. You can say, "OK Google, broadcast this message" followed by your message, and every Google Home device will repeat the statement, similar to an intercom system. It can even turn up the volume of your phone before pinging it and even bypasses a silent ringer mode.
The company claims it doesn't matter if the Home Max is placed on a shelf in the corner of a room, where audio can often sound too bass-heavy and muffled. What's your favorite? Let us know!
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