One Google Home Device Is Sold Every Second: Google

One Google Home Device Is Sold Every Second: Google

One Google Home Device Is Sold Every Second: Google

In the past year, "tens of millions" of "Google devices for the home" were sold, while it "sold more than one Google Home device every second since Google Home Mini started shipping in October". Google also reported the Home usage increased by 9 times during the holiday season, maybe from everyone at home trying to show their friends their new toy.

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High tech companies are now pouring millions of pounds into developing voice-controlled smart speakers, such as Amazon Echo and Google Home, in the belief that the limited two-way conversations that they can hold will soon become more complex and life-like. That's not a small number by any means.

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Meanwhile, Google also touched on sales figures.

Furthermore, building up the anticipation, Google said that they would be revealing more features and future of Google Assistant in 2018 at the CES 2018. This likely had something to do with why the Echo took so long to gain mass market appeal: While Amazon announced the device in 2014, it took more than two years for people to begin adopting it in earnest. While not yet as widespread as embedded voice assistant devices, stand-alone DVA devices are used more often and users are more satisfied. Recently, it was reported Google is selling the Home Mini in losses as the overall cost of making a single Home Mini is more than $35. Amazon pioneered the phenomenon in 2014 with its Echo speaker range, before Google followed suit two years later with Home.

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