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Google Home
Simplify your everyday life with the Google Home, a voice-activated speaker powered by the Google Assistant. Use voice commands to enjoy music, get answers from Google and manage everyday tasks. Google Home is compatible with Android and iOS operating systems, and can control compatible smart devices such as Chromecast or Nest. To set up your Google Home you'll need a Google account and internet connection.

Enjoy your music. With a simple voice command, play music, podcasts, news and radio from services like Google Play Music, Spotify and more. Enjoy even more compatible audio services by streaming directly from your Android or iPhone to Google Home from one of 100+ Chromecast-enabled apps. *.

Ask for the weather, traffic, sports, finance, local businesses and more. Get information to help you with your everyday. Ask, Where is the nearest pharmacy? Follow it up with, When do they close?

Manage your everyday tasks. Get hands-free help at home to set alarms, start timers and add items to your shopping list. Plus, Google Assistant can help you with things like your commute, schedule and more.

  • 1 speaker.
  • Compatible with iPad.
General information

  • Size H14.3, W9.6, D9.6cm.
  • Batteries required 1 x Li-Ion batteries (included).
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 811571019434.


Google Home Hub

See your life in one view, and get things done hands-free. Google Home Hub helps you make the most of moments at home. With Voice Match, get your calendar, commute, reminders and more right on the home screen. You can even get the news, make a shopping list, and place calls to friends, family and local businesses. "Hey Google, show me my calendar. " Voice-control compatible lights, cameras, TVs and more from a single dashboard. Works with Nest and 200+ smart devices from 50+ popular brands.

Ask questions and get visual, immersive answers from Google on weather, recipes, local business info, and more. You can even watch helpful videos from YouTube. "Hey Google, show me how to tie a tie. " Use your voice to play your fave songs, albums and music videos from YouTube Music.

You can also listen to Spotify and radio stations for free. Use your voice to show your pics in Google Photos. And, see your photo albums even when your display is not in use. Compatible with Bluetooth, as well as android and iOS devices.

  • 1 speaker.
  • Compatible with iPod, iPhone and iPad.
  • Bluetooth compatible.
  • 15 watts.
General information

  • Model number: GA00515-GB.
  • Size H11.8, W17.85, D6.73cm.
  • Speaker diameter 21.2cm.
  • Mains operated.
  • Power from USB.
  • USB cable included.
  • EAN: 842776107275.
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Home very reasonable price
Good price, been keeping an eye on the Hub for a while, I believe new models are on the way which is probably the reason for the price drop. There was a larger version of the Hub leaked last week, no doubt this will be more expensive though!
Tempted with the home hub for the kitchen. Still have a google mini im waiting to hook up but hear it isn't working with SONOS still (outside of beta anyway).

Im not sure whether to go with Alexa or Google Home. We have a mini of each now thanks to the spotify deal. Need to sell one and just go with it.
Any idea which is best for music?
Nomis18 m ago

Any idea which is best for music?



Google Home, the hub is a good product but not that great for sound in comparison.
Edited by: "thenextbutton" 8th Apr
Good price for the Home tbh, but the mini you can get for £22.99 from ebay ebay.co.uk/itm…607
Edited by: "vladdy" 8th Apr
Has anyone tried the Home Hub with NowTV? I bought a Lenovo Smart Display a few weeks ago and was disappointed that I can’t cast NowTV to it. It basically looks like it’s going to work then times out
Can you theather from ur phone to use this new to this? ??
vladdy3 h, 46 m ago

Good price for the Home tbh, but the mini you can get for £22.99 from ebay …Good price for the Home tbh, but the mini you can get for £22.99 from ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Google-Home-Mini-Smart-Speaker-Charcoal-or-Chalk-New-UK-Stock-Quick-Del/113710136607


Good find!
craigos08/04/2019 09:28

Good price, been keeping an eye on the Hub for a while, I believe new …Good price, been keeping an eye on the Hub for a while, I believe new models are on the way which is probably the reason for the price drop. There was a larger version of the Hub leaked last week, no doubt this will be more expensive though!


New models of the hub or the original home?
I believe the ‘free google home mini with Spotify family account (£14.99)’ deal runs til mid May. I’m trying to decide whether it’s worth the extra money for the regular google home..
Nomis08/04/2019 09:55

Any idea which is best for music?


I have a Google Home and Amazon Echo and the Home is very poor sound quality in comparison. I'd go with a Google Home mini which does everything the full size Home does and just pair it with a good quality Bluetooth speaker.
Ebenezer_Splooge51 m ago

I believe the ‘free google home mini with Spotify family account (£14.99)’ …I believe the ‘free google home mini with Spotify family account (£14.99)’ deal runs til mid May. I’m trying to decide whether it’s worth the extra money for the regular google home..


It definitely isn't. The sound is so bass heavy that if you listen to anything but dance/hip hop/rap than you will be very disappointed. I listen to my full size echo all the time and love it but with the Home I always connect it to my UE Megablast Bluetooth speaker. Go with the Home mini and a good speaker is my advice.
Scorching hot deal imo, why isn't it hotter? Great price, thanks Op!
I have the home hub and think it’s fantastic. I mostly use it for YouTube which you don’t even need to cast to just say “hey google play (insert channel name) latest video” and it will. Can’t cast sky go but you can cast BT Sport, YouTube, iPlayer, itv player and All 4. I’m sure there’s hundreds more but these are the ones I’ve used.

The maps are very good, as I work in different places everyday I just ask it to give me directions when I find out where I’ve got to go, just say “hey google give me directions to (insert postcode or street name”.

Fantastic bit of kit kit and very happy with it, also you won’t have any problems with it recognising your voice as you can train it to recognise it on setup.
Edited by: "DannyW3693" 8th Apr
Do you get both pieces of equipment for £69?
I've tried this and the Echo.

I preferred the sound of the echo much more.

I'd listen to both in store and make up your mind.
Absolutely great price for a fantastic pair of devices. I had the Home Hub for a period of time and was slightly disappointed with the sound compared to the Home. Great for using as a visual aid in the kitchen though.
I was lucky enough to get the Home Max for £199 during the recent deal and the sound on that is astounding
Picked up the Home. Really impressed with the sound quality. Moving my Minis to the bedrooms and using this in my living room now. Well worth it for 70 quid.
Don't know if anyone here is aware of it but "Continued Conversation" is now available in the UK finally too.
craigos21 h, 54 m ago

Good price, been keeping an eye on the Hub for a while, I believe new …Good price, been keeping an eye on the Hub for a while, I believe new models are on the way which is probably the reason for the price drop. There was a larger version of the Hub leaked last week, no doubt this will be more expensive though!


Prices dropped better in the States, with a true half price saving, think it would sway me more to getting one.
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When i go to the links the deal for both is coming up at £168
connolly197434 m ago

When i go to the links the deal for both is coming up at £168


that's right isn't it?
Google Home £70
Chalk £99
MDL19908/04/2019 16:26

I have a Google Home and Amazon Echo and the Home is very poor sound …I have a Google Home and Amazon Echo and the Home is very poor sound quality in comparison. I'd go with a Google Home mini which does everything the full size Home does and just pair it with a good quality Bluetooth speaker.


The Google Home device has a much better sound than the Home Mini, or Home Hub.

I have the three, so I can compare. The Mini is good enough for listening to radio, podcasts or audio books.
tomtomato10/04/2019 07:32

The Google Home device has a much better sound than the Home Mini, or Home …The Google Home device has a much better sound than the Home Mini, or Home Hub.I have the three, so I can compare. The Mini is good enough for listening to radio, podcasts or audio books.


Yeah it's better but I still think it's poor compared to a decent Bluetooth speaker or the full sized Amazon Echo. That's why I'd save money and get the mini and and get a good speaker to go with it and that way you get much better sound for about the same cash.
Amazon Dot has much better sound than Google mini. Use Alexa in Longe for Audible & music to iron to & Google in upstairs bedrooms in speaker group to stream same tracks & anouncements & alarmed through bedrooms to get people up in the morning.
MDL1994 h, 22 m ago

Yeah it's better but I still think it's poor compared to a decent …Yeah it's better but I still think it's poor compared to a decent Bluetooth speaker or the full sized Amazon Echo. That's why I'd save money and get the mini and and get a good speaker to go with it and that way you get much better sound for about the same cash.


The Home also has better microphones. It's not just about comparing to bluetooth speakers.
Dump people thinking both items are for £69 together .
Learn to read folks
Any advantage this has in comparison to amazon echo and show products?
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