Google Home Review 2019

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The Google Home is one of Google’s original smart speakers released November 2016. While its been out for more than 2 years it remains as one of the top selling smart speakers today.

The Key Features

With the Google Home you can change the base to whatever suits the room. You can also cast audio to multiple smart speakers throughout your home. If you need to take a call and have your hands full you can just simply use the Google Home to use hands free calling. In addition, you can take total control of your smart home, whether it’s controlling the lights, TV, thermostat, home security devices, etc.  

Photo by Sarah Pflug from Burst
ProsCons
Attractive and customizationCannot read or send emails
Good speaker qualitySpeaker could be louder
Individual voice recognition

The Specs.

Dimensions and weight
96mm • 142mm
Colours
White • Slate fabric
Supported audio formats
HE-AAC • LC-AAC
Wireless
802.11b/g/n/ac (2.4 GHz/5 Ghz) Wi-Fi
Speaker
2” driver + dual 2” passive radiators
Power
16.5 V, 2 A
Ports and connectors
DC power jack
Supported operating systems
Android • iOS

Purchase Information

Google Home$179.99CAD

Conclusion

I think the Google Home is still a strong smart speaker although its almost 3 years old. With its modern look and customization base, it just simply looks appealing. With wide range of compatible smart devices your can really take control of your home. Own its own, it’s still a great product.

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