Google has announced a smaller, cheaper Home speaker, the Google Home Mini. Here's what you need to know!
What is it?
It's a Google Home, but smaller! It's both voice- and touch-enabled, similar to the larger Google Home. And while the speaker isn't quite as powerful as Home, Google says that the rounded design allows for 360-degree sound that can fill a room. And the fabric surrounding the speaker makes it attractive and easy to integrate into any decor.
It also connects to any Chromecast Audio speaker if you need bigger, brighter sound.
How much will it cost?
$49 in the U.S., and $80 in Canada.
What colors will it be available in?
Coral, Chalk, and Charcoal.
When will be it available?
Pre-orders are now available, and it will ship October 19.
Where will it be available?
All the countries Google Home is currently available!
Note: This post will be updated as we learn more about the Google Home Mini.
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