Google Nest Hub Max Goes Official With 10-Inch HD Screen And More
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Google Nest Hub Max Goes Official With 10-Inch HD Screen And More

The tech giant Google announced the all new Google Nest Hub Max at the ongoing Google I/O 2019 event. The company also announced that all of its Home brand products will come under Nest branding. Which means, the company has re-branded its Google Home products.

Everything about Google Nest Hub Max

The Google Nest Hub Max is an upgraded version to the Google Home Hub which was unveiled in last year at the Made by Google event. The latest product comes with 10 inch HD display and the company claims that it will suitable for shared spaces like the living room as well as the kitchen.

The Nest Hub Max will play videos and the show photo collections and now it can show in the larger form. It can also adjust brightness and warmth automatically according to the surroundings, as it is powered by the light sensors.

The new product also comes with a 6.5-megapixel camera and with this, you guys can able to use the product as a security cam as well. It will give notifications if it detects motion or someone whom it can’t recognize. Furthermore, the device will allow you to make video calls via Google Duo.

That’s not all, it also comes with quick gestures and this will help you to control music or video with just a look. The Nest Home Hub also features the Face Match feature and this will help the device to recognize individuals and show personalized information such as reminders and more.

Google has announced that last year’s Google Home Hub is now renamed to Google Nest Hub. Speaking about the pricing and availability, Google Home is now priced at $99 and the Google Home Max is priced at $299, and it will available after summer.

Check out all the announcements of Google I/O 2019 event on our dedicated page.

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