The product was announced back in October, at the Pixel 2 event in San Francisco, along side the far cheaper Home Mini. Currently, the Google Home Max can't be used as a sound bar for your TV, but it is a highly requested feature that the company is exploring, according to Digital Trends. But while Amazon itself improved sound quality for the latest version of the Echo, the $100 product doesn't come anywhere near one of these high-end systems.
The Home Max can also adapt to its surrounding and tune its output to offer the best possible sound. You can even connect your other devices including the smartphone to play your music and videos. That's much more than many competing smart home speakers, even those within the Google Home family. You'll find it for $399 at Verizon, Walmart, Best Buy and the Google Store.
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Being the bigger device, it is priced quite high compare to the other speakers.
Apple's HomePod is a Siri powered smart speaker which will be equipped with some of the great technical features.
Design wise, the Google Home Max actually looks pretty good. The HomePod will be released very soon in the market and Google Home Max will have this speaker as its competitor in future. You can say requests like "OK, Google, what is the weather today?" to query information. For more updates, stay tuned with us!
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