Cyber Monday is tomorrow, and we're already seeing great deals on Google and Nest devices like the Nest Mini smart speaker. Right now you can still save over 60% on our favorite little Google Assistant device.
The past few years Amazon and Google have been leapfrogging each other with the design and performance of their smallest smart speakers. Last year was the Nest Mini's chance to shine. Will the Echo Dot (4th Gen) take it's place at the top?
The Nest Wifi points not only expand your Wi-Fi coverage but also contain a smart speaker and microphone for Google Assistant integration. Even if one router provides enough coverage for your home, you may still want a point for the extra functionality.
Google has been sending out emails to Nest Aware subscribers promising them a free Nest Hub (or Mini) on the house. Unfortunately, however, the coupons sent out by the company don't seem to be working.
Google is currently offering a free Nest Mini to some YouTube Premium, YouTube Music Premium, and Google Play Music subscribers in the U.S. Once you get your promotional code, you will have to redeem it by June 30.
Google's Nest Mini was outwardly a minor refresh from the Google Home Mini, but it still packed a lot of internal upgrades that made it one of our favorite smart speakers. However, I still think it's missing one major feature that could really make it an Echo Dot killer.
Since last year, many users have been reporting of Bluetooth connection issues on the Nest Community when using Google Home speakers. Google has finally acknowledged this issue and says it is working on a fix.
Our smart speakers generally don't move around much, but we sure do. It's probably inevitable that your Nest Mini or Amazon Echo will get knocked over or have something spilled on it. Fear not, for we'll talk you through how to clean it up and have your smart speaker looking fresh and clean.
These are Google's new 2nd-generation Nest Mini smart speaker. The two smart plugs can work with the speakers if you want or with other appliances. The speakers can work together. They have Wi-Fi and far-field voice recognition.
Get Google Assistant everywhere with this deal. When not on sale, these three devices combined would cost you almost $150 more than today's price. Use them to voice control your smart home, set timers, answer questions, play music, and more.
You can look forward to stunning images with this 2160p HDR set featuring three HDMI ports plus Roku tech built-in so you can access your favorite streaming services. This is the lowest we've seen it go and the $50 Nest Mini is a nice freebie.
Get Google Assistant everywhere with this smart speaker deal. When not on sale, these two devices would cost you almost $100 more than today's price. Use them to voice control your smart home, set timers, answer questions, play music, and more.
With Google pushing the naming of its smart home devices fully into the Nest brand, they have begun to update some of the product lines like the Nest Mini. We'll help you prioritize smart screen vs. smart speaker to see which you should bring home.
With Google rebranding its home products under the Nest name, it's no shock that the Google Home Mini's 2nd generation is called the Nest Mini. Is there going to be a 2nd generation Google Home, and will it be named the Nest Home? Which of these small-ish smart speakers should you get? We're here to help you make that decision.