Are you a fan of regular, biggie, smalls, or screen? That’s the question you’ll want to ask yourself now that there’s a Google Home, Google Home Mini, Google Home Max, Google Nest Hub and Google Nest Hub Max. Whew! All feature the Google Assistant voice assistant and allow you to make phone calls, so what it really comes down to is sound and whether you prefer a screen. Here’s what you need to know when deciding which Google Home device is for you. Rectangle, puck, or …? Google devices come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Here’s the stats: At 3.86 inches in diameter and 1.65 inches high, the Google Home Mini is about the size of a doughnut. The original Home is 3.79 inches in diameter and 5.62 inches tall. The Google Nest Hub is rectangular, a little over 4.5 inches tall, and it has a 7-inch touchscreen display. Nest Hub Max comes in at 9.85 inches by 7.19 inches and has a 10-inch screen. The Home Max measures in at 13.2 inches by 7.4 inches by 6.0 inches. Julian Chokkattu/Digital Trends Concerned about color? The top of the Home is white, but it has a swappable base that… Read full this story
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