Nest Audio is Google’s new Home speaker: 7 things to think about the upcoming gadget

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Google’s new smart speaker for your home takes on a totally new plan – and another name. From the specs to the look, Nest Audio is a lot of the next-generation full-size brilliant speaker for ordinary use.

There’s plenty we think about the fabric-coated gadget, and much we’ll actually need to discover. For instance, we realize it vows to improve speaker volume by a surprising rate, however we’ll need to perceive how the Nest Audio piles up tothe as of late refreshed Amazon Echo in certifiable tests. In the event that the Nest Audio’s specs are any sign, this could be the Alexa-executioner Google has been seeking after.

We’ll walk you through the most significant things to find out about the Nest Audio’s value, hues, deal date and highlights. What’s more, we’ll clarify what the new name implies for other Google Home ($99 at Walmart) and Nest gadgets.

1.What is Nest Audio and which Google speaker does it supplant?

Home Audio replaces the first Google Home at the same time, regardless of the comparable name, it’s not the replacement to the Google Nest.

Other Google shrewd speakers you can purchase today incorporate the top of the line Google Home Max, Nest Mini (some time ago Google Home Mini) and Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max smart showcases.

2. What amount does the Nest Audio cost and when does it go at a sale?

At the present time, the Google Store is taking Nest Audio preorders for $100 (£90, AU$149) yet will knock off $20 for each two you purchase, making them $90 each.

Google will begin dispatching Nest Audio orders in the US, Canada and India on Oct. 5. The gadget will be accessible at physical retailers and 21 nations beginning Oct. 15.

3. Which hues does Nest Audio come in?

You can purchase the Nest Audio in five pastel hues: chalk (white), charcoal (black), sage (green), sand (pink) and sky (blue). Strikingly, Google promotes that the texture like work material encasing the speaker is made of 70% reused plastic.

4. What’s improved over the primary Google Home?

The new Nest Audio replaces Google Home’s single 2-inch speaker with a 3-inch woofer to control bass and a three-quarter-inch tweeter for high notes. There’s additionally a quad-center processor rather than the first Google Home’s double center processor, which should make reaction times quicker and help make more extravagant sound.

Similarly as with a year ago’s updated Nest Mini ($50, best case scenario, Buy), the Nest Audio has a committed AI chip that performs on-gadget a portion of the preparing recently took care of at Google’s cloud-based server farms (interpretation: quicker reactions, better security).

Additionally, as opposed to resembling a air freshener or a small nuclear power plant, Nest Audio is a touch more portion like, which they for one discover to be an improvement.

5. Will all Google Home speakers be Nest Audio now?

Among their Google pet peeves, clear marking is one that is rankled them over and over. With a few Nest-marked brilliant speakers, it absolutely appears as though Google is grasping “Nest” as the new brand name. Nonetheless, the company has additionally bobbed to and fro a couple of times, confounding the issue. My estimate is that Nest is setting down deep roots.

6. Which mobile application will Nest Audio use: Google Home or Nest?

Part of the disarray encompassing the new name is which application you’ll use to control Nest Audio from your telephone. There are two portable applications – one for Nest, one for Google Home – however the names of the gadgets don’t coordinate to the applications.

The Nest application coordinates the organization’s shrewd indoor regulator, smoke alarm and cameras, however on the off chance that you need to set up a Nest Mini or, apparently, Nest Audio, you’ll need to utilize the Google Home application.

7. Are there any new Google Assistant commands?

In the event that there are, Google didn’t report them close by the new Nest Audio smart speaker. Rather, Google featured the speakers’ entire home sound component, which the organization as of late refreshed with better controls.

Moreover, Google committed a decent bit of its introduction to YouTube Music, which it says will include a few highlights in the coming weeks (probably free of the Nest Audio dispatch).

It’s easy to overlook, yet remember that the new Nest Audio is an full-fledged Bluetooth speaker, as well. Furthermore, as past Google Home speakers, it’ll likely make an incredible speakerphone, too.

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