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Here's how to get two Google Nest Hub smart displays for under $50 each

Google Nest Hub
Google Nest Hub (Image credit: Joe Maring/Android Central)

If you're looking to smarten up your home, or add a couple more Google Assistant devices to your existing setup, now's a great time to do so with this deal offer two Google Nest Hubs for only just $99.96 via QVC. Better yet, if this is your first QVC purchase you can save a further $5 with code FRIENDS. When not on sale, a single Nest Hub goes for $129, though you can get them for $99 most places. Regardless, you're essentially getting two for the price of one with this deal. That means you can have Google Assistant in more rooms of your home at no extra cost.

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Watch YouTube, check the weather, view traffic reports, voice control smart devices, and more with Google's Nest Hub. At $95 with the below code today only, you're snagging each smart display for less than $48.

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Smart enough to turn itself down when you leave so it doesn't waste energy on an empty home. Create an energy-efficient schedule in your smartphone app. Can even provide advice to help you save more money later.

Google Nest Hub is a first-party Google smart home device with a screen, allowing you to see as well as hear the information you request. It has a 7-inch touchscreen display, two far-field mics, and an ambient light sensor to ensure the display color and brightness fit in with its surroundings. The screen makes it more useful for visual tasks like checking your calendar, following along with recipes in the kitchen, watching YouTube, seeing the weather forecast, and more, as well as all of the regular voice commands like setting timers, listening to music, finding out the latest news and sports results, and getting answers from Google.

We reviewed the Hub on release, praising its display, build-quality and smart home management tools. The real kicker here is that the Google Nest Hub can control tons of smart home products. We also compared the Nest Hub to the popular Echo Show 5 to figure out which is best to buy. That's worth a look if you're deciding between the two, though (spoiler alert) we sided with the Nest Hub thanks to its larger display, better YouTube and photo experience, and general integration with your Android phone.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](https://twitter.com/adamoram).
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