Deal: Put a Google Assistant speaker on your nightstand

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Google Home/Nest smart speakers(& Hub) make a perfect addition to the bedroom or kitchen — especially at this price.

If you’re interested in jumping into the world of smart home technology or expanding your usage through each room, this is a great way to do so. In the market for a Google Home to see what all the fuss is about or to supplement your already existing collection of smart speakers around the house? Then these deals might actually sway you to go big with that idea. Nice way to get started with home automation.

Stay updated on Telegram with latest updates from Google Home/Assistant Google Assistant ecosystem.

Google Nest Mini/Home Mini: $49

Music here. Music there. Music everywhere.

Google Nest Mini allows you to bring Assistant pretty much anywhere in your home. So whether you need to command connected lighting or call up some cooking help in the kitchen, Nest Mini is an essential upgrade for those in Google’s smart home ecosystem. Nest Mini smart speakers are voice activated, so beside being able to stream to them over Bluetooth or cast to them (like a Chromecast), you can activate them via “Hey Google. Play music, ask questions, set timers, control your lights, and play videos, movies, and shows on the TV with just your voice. A smart speaker, one that’s large enough to deliver decent, room-filling sound.

  • enclosure is made from 35% recycled plastic,
  • Available in four colors Chalk, Charcoal, Coral and Sky designed for your nightstand.

Update: 2021/09/14 Get a Google Home Mini for $9.99 ($40 value)

It’s meant to be a “thank you for using Google Assistant.” This “Special Discount” is delivered through Google Assistant on your Android phone. Upon activating Google Assistant, a card for this discounted offer, appears above the bottom sheet. This takes $39.01 off the Home Mini on the Google Store with Chalk, Charcoal, and Aqua color.

This deal has been floating around for quite some time, but more than a few people are now encountering it after opening Assistant. Google is presumably checking whether you already have Smart Displays/speakers associated with your account.

Update: 2021/11/20: Google Nest Mini(2nd gen.) for $24.99(49% off)

Available in Chalk, Charcoal, Coral and Sky colors.


Google Nest Audio: $99.99

Amazing sound at your command

Google Nest Audio smart speaker can deliver a wall of sound. Nest Audio

  • is 75% louder than the original Google Home,
  • has a 50% stronger bass response
  • is equipped with a 19mm tweeter and a 75mm mid-woofer
  • can pair multiple units in stereo or other configurations for multiroom audio setups.
  • supports touch controls for adjusting volume and more
  • comes in five colors: Sage, Sand, Sky, Chalk, and Charcoal
  • enclosure is made from 70% recycled plastic,
  • available in more than 21 countries

Update: 2021/11/20 Get PCMag Editors’ Choice award winner Nest Audio.

Upgrade to better sound quality with Nest Audio for $60($40 off)

Buy a pair of Nest Audio speakers, to enjoy stereo sound for $120.


Stay updated on Google News with the latest updates from Google Home/Assistant ecosystem.

Google Nest Hub/ Nest Hub Max: $99.99/$229

The center of your helpful home, and simple smart home control

Smart displays are great way to control things around your place and call loved ones. A fabric wrapped base and low-profile footprint that makes it as helpful on the kitchen countertop to check out recipes while cooking, watch content, as it is on the nightstand or elsewhere in your home as a great Digital Photo frame, alarm clock. Stay entertained in the kitchen with shows, videos, and music. In the living room, answer daily queries, play the news, control your compatible lights, TVs, and other smart devices with a tap or your voice. And in the bedroom, Nest Hub can help you wake up easier with a Sunrise Alarm with its most unique feature being its ability to track your sleep, and even make sure you’re sleeping soundly(with 2nd Gen Hub)thanks to its built-in Soli sensor. It’ll show you exactly what you need, no hands required. That’s help at a glance.

  • comes in four colors: Chalk, Charcoal, Sand, Mist
  • act as a Chromecast target, to watch YouTube and Netflix content
  • enclosure is made from 54% recycled plastic

Update: 2021/09/23 Grab a first-gen Nest Hub for less than 45 bucks

Pick up a first-generation Nest Hub for just $44.99. Normally fetching $90 at other retailers, so around 50% in savings. This launched as the Google Home Hub at $149, a full three times this price. Hit the Verizon link below to check out.

Buy on Verizon: Google Nest Hub – 1st Gen Chalk$44.99($50 off)

Update: 2021/11/20 Grab a Nest Hub(2nd gen.) for $50($50 off)

Get a Nest Hub Max for $179($50 off)

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  1. Response from Insignia:


    I went ahead and did some research with our engineers regarding this situation and I learned that they are already aware of it and they are currently working along with Google to solve it. However, we do not have a timeframe for the required update to be released. Please bare [sic] with us, if you want more detailed information regarding this situation please contact Google.

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  2. So it appears that there is also software/feature fragmentation too on third-party Google Home devices like this Insignia. Users need to be wary of buying into unreputable vendors like them. Google’s part of growing this ecosystem should be to establish standards kinda like Android One where vendors follow a hardware spec that allows Google to do timely firmware updates.

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  3. Like Chromebooks, each hardware platform requires a slightly different firmware release. If Google handles the updating, in addition to the firmware differences different countries will get feature releases on different schedules. based on difference hardware and the the location of the device.


    The US gets all new features first, for which other should be grateful, since they don’t experience the grief associated with being beta testers. 😀


    If owners of these devices located in the US haven’t gotten the outbound phone call ability, then it’s not clear whether Buy/Insignia, not or Google, is doing the firmware updating. Try going to Google’s Home forum and ask there.

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  4. Well, these devices still cannot make phone calls. Who controls the updating of firmware to these?


    I suspect none of the newer features that require firmware update will work. Very disappointing.

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  5. Hernan Aro Yes, it updated the firmware upon setup. I purchased one large & one small speaker and grouped them with my Google Home. Both of them sound better than the Google Home! 👍

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  6. I got one of these… It is just like the Google Home other then the fact it has a clock on it. It’s real good sound comes out of the speakers..

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