Nest Audio: Google’s newest smart speaker replaces the original Google Home


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Nest Audio costs $ 100.

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Nest Audio Smart Speaker, Widely leaked and also Seen in stores last week, The company was announced on Wednesday Launch night in event. It is the successor to the Google Home Smart Speaker, which was the first speaker launched in 2016.

Here’s a quick description of what we learned today:

  • $ 100 price (£ 90, AU $ 149)
  • Five colors: chalk, charcoal, sand, sky and sage
  • Designed with 70% durable material
  • 19mm tweeter for high frequency coverage and clear tones
  • 75mm midwoofer for better bass

Google says Nest Audio is 75% louder with 50% stronger bass than the original Google Home.


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Nest Audio remains like all the latest updates from Google when it comes to features. Real-time, multiroom audio, Voice calling Google duo And stream transfer for the moving sound from speaker to speaker via the voice command.

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Inside Nest Audio.

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Beyond a redesigned design and improved sound, Nest Audio has no specific special tricks up its sleeve, as far as we can tell today.

Google First Google Home Unveiled As a competitor to Amazon’s Echo device. Since then, the company has expanded and rebranded the line to the smart home device manufacturer Google purchased in 2014 under the name Nest.

Small Nest mini Competes with Amazon’s Echo Dot, To Home max In lines with size and price Apple HomePod, And Google’s Nest Hub Takes smart display Amazon Echo Show. Now we are ready for the new duel Echo speaker redesigned Last week and Nest Audio announced.

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Nest Audio comes in five colors.

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Google is wise in updating its standard smart speakers, especially since Amazon has done the same. The price of $ 100 (£ 90, AU $ 149) makes it affordable, and we’ll see similar deals and sales of smart speakers of the past. Nest Audio is available in 21 countries from 5 October.

When it comes to smart speakers, Amazon still dominates the market. Through the end of the year, the e-commerce giant’s Echo device will account for about 70% of the smart speaker market globally. Google’s smart speakers will be around 32%, eMarketer estimates. (This adds up to more than 100% because some people have more than one smart speaker.)

Stay tuned to CNET.com for full review and further coverage of Nest Audio Google announced everything else today, including the Pixel 5 phone And a new Chromecast Streaming device.

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