Google announced the Home Hub on Tuesday, its first smart speaker device with a screen.
It’ll cost $150, and you can preorder it now directly from Google, with availability on October 15th.
It has YouTube, can display Google search results, and help you control your smart home gear from Nest and other manufacturers.
The Google Home Hub will go up against Amazon’s Echo Show and Facebook’s newly-announced Portal.
Notably, the Home Hub does not have a camera.
Google announced its Home Hub on Tuesday, its newest smart home device with a screen that comes with new capabilities for viewing your photos, watching YouTube videos, connecting all your smart home devices.
The smart speaker will be sold for $149 and is available for preorder on Google’s site. The Home Hub will be available in four colors, and will be available in retail stores in the US, UK, and Australia starting on October 22nd.
Notably, the device does not have a camera, meaning you can’t make or take video calls, unlike rival devices from the likes of Amazon and Facebook.
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Source:: Businessinsider – Tech