Google’s new smart speaker for your home takes an entirely new design – and a new name. From specs to looks,Next-generation full-size smart speakers abound for everyday use.
There is much we know about cloth-wrapped devices, and much more we still have to find out. For example, we know that it promises to improve speaker volume by an astonishing percentage, but we’ll have to see how Nest Audio manipulatesIn real-world tests. If If there are any indications, this Alexa killer Google can expect.
The new Nest Audio replaces the original Google Home Speaker. Google/Screenshot
We will tell you about the most important things to know about the price, color, date of sale and features of Nest Audio. And we’ll explain what the new name means for other Google Home ($ 99 at Walmart) And nest devices.
What is Nest Audio and what Google speakers does it replace?
Nest Audio replaces the originalBut, despite the similar name, it is not the successor . Other Google smart speakers you can buy today include high-end , (in the past ) And And Smart displays.
How much does Nest Audio cost and when does it come on sale?
Right now, the Google Store is taking Nest Audio limits for $ 100 (£ 90, AU $ 149), but will knock $ 20 for every two you buy, giving them a profit of $ 90. Google will start placing Nest Audio orders in the US, Canada and India from 5 October. The device will be available in brick and mortar retailers and 21 countries starting October 21.
What color does Nest Audio come in?
You can buy Nest Audio in five pastel colors: chalk (white), charcoal (black), sage (green), sand (pink) and sky (blue). Interestingly, Google has stated that the lattice material such as the fabric that surrounds the speaker is made of 70% recycled plastic.
What has Google Home improved before?
The new Nest Audio replaces the Google Home’s single 2-inch speaker with a 3-inch woofer with bass and a three-quarter-inch tweeter with high notes. There is also a quad-core processor instead of the original Google Home’s dual-core processor, which can speed up response times and help create richer sound.
Like last year’s updated Nest Mini ($ 50 Best Buy), Nest Audio has a dedicated machine learning chip, which works on some of the processing already handled in Google’s cloud-based data centers (translation: faster responses, better privacy).
Also, rather than looking like an air freshener or a miniature nuclear power plant, Nest Audio is a bit more loaf-like, which I personally find as an improvement.