Google Home Max Speaker Now on Sale

Google Home Max Speaker Now on Sale

Google Home Max Speaker Now on Sale

I can say the promise of what it is attempting to do sounds incredible and if it delivers on this promise, the Google Home Max will be in a league all its own. The $400 Home Max is created to compete against high-end speakers like Sonos and Apple's HomePod, whenever that gets released.

So you just got your new Google Home, and now you're probably wondering what to do with it. If you have a compatible smart plug, try saying, "Hey Google, turn on the Christmas tree and play Jingle Bells".

If you want the badass Google Home Max, your options now are Best Buy (chalk and charcoal) and Verizon (chalk only, charcoal is out of stock). As per the official words, the Google Home Max is 20 times more powerful than the original Google Home speaker. The Home Max offers powerful sound quality.

If you've been waiting for the biggest Google Home offering, your wait is over.

Adorable play date: Taimur Ali Khan meets KJo's twins
The kid has been kept away from the limelight but is often seen out and about with Rani Mukerji . Tusshar Kapoor's son Laksshya and Akshay Kumar's daughter Nitara were also present at the party.

Google's Home Max speaker is available for purchase today from the Google Store, Walmart, Verizon, and Best Buy. You only buy a few for one room, but enjoy the experience so much that you go out and buy some more for a different room.

That's because of the Smart Sound feature that comes with the Home Max.

Interestingly, the Google Home Max is created to place either vertically or horizontally. The system also features dual-woofers and tweeters and connectivity with Google Play, Pandora and Spotify.

That's similar to what Apple is doing with its HomePod speaker, which the company first introduced in June. But considering the HomePod won't launch this month as planned, but rather early next year, Google is one step ahead in the premium smart home speaker market. Let us know in the comments. We imagine that'll be changing soon, so stay tuned for more.

Related news