Google Home Mini
Google Home Mini – Google’s smart speaker
- Far-Field Voice Recognition Technology
- Multi-User Capability
- Dual-Band Wi-Fi Connectivity
- Wireless Audio Streaming via Wi-Fi
- Works with the Google Assistant
With integrated Wi-Fi connectivity, voice recognition, and home automation support, the charcoal Google Home Mini wireless speaker will connect to your wireless network to provide control of, and access to, virtually all of your smart devices. It can play music, check the weather and traffic, tell you sports scores, control your compatible smart home equipment, and more. Using far-field voice recognition technology and the Google Assistant, the built-in microphone allows the Google Home Mini to recognize your voice and perform the requested task in an instant. It can distinguish up to six different voices to provide control for the whole family. You can stream music to the Home Mini from your compatible smart device via Wi-Fi. At only approximately 3.86″ wide and 1.65″ tall, the Google Home Mini is designed to fit nearly anywhere in most décors.
Powered by the Google Assistant
- Get hands-free help in any room with the Google Home Mini, powered by the Google Assistant. You can ask it questions and tell it to do things.
Get Answers from Google
- Use your voice to find information about the weather, news, sports, and more.
Manage Your Day from Breakfast to Bed
- Get help with things like your schedule, commute, travel information, and more.
Hands-Free Control of Your Media
- Control your favorite music, movies, and shows, using only your voice.
Control Your Compatible Smart Home
- The Google Assistant allows you to use your voice to control your compatible lights, thermostats, and more.
Your Voice, Your Info
- Get personalized responses for everyone at home with voice recognition for up to six different voices.
Supported Services (Partial List)
- Google Play Music
- Google Photos
- Google Calendar
- The Google Home Mini puts all of the smarts of Google Assistant into a small and affordable package. The Mini sounds surprisingly good for its size and features a colorful design that can blend into your home's decor.
- The Mini's touch controls aren't intuitive, it doesn't have a line-out jack like the Amazon Echo Dot, and the built-in Google Assistant still doesn't have quite as many features as the Dot's built-in assistant, Alexa.