The Google Home Mini is still one of our favorite little smart speakers around, and back in early October, it was announced that the Mini would be available in a new Aqua color on October 29. October 29 came and went, and up until now, Aqua has been MIA. Now, a month after it was supposed to launch, the Aqua Home Mini is finally ready for prime-time.
It costs the same as other Home Minis at $49, and in my opinion, it's one of the best colors Google's offered yet. Don't get me wrong, I still love the Coral option, but Aqua would go so much better with the teal/gray color scheme in my apartment.
What about you? Are you digging this Aqua Home Mini?
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