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3431485.jpgKey Features
- Control smart home products with Google Assistant voice commands
- Dim the lights
- Turn up smart thermostats
- Get weather, traffic, finance, news and sports updates
- Manage your schedule and set alarms, and reminders using your voice
- Play, pause, and rewind TV hands-free
- Google Mini works with your Chromecast, so you can stream shows, movies, and music with just your voice
Start living in the future with the voice-controlled Google Home Mini smart speaker Charcoal.
The virtual assistant is capable of all sorts, so you can set reminders so you don’t forget your anniversary, and then ask for recipe suggestions when you’re struggling for ideas for a romantic meal.

Here is a few examples of what Google Home Mini Smart Speaker can do:
Play white noise while you fall asleep.
Say "Hey Google, play the sound of rain." The Google Home Mini speaker obliges with a steady downpour.

Broadcast something to every Google Home device in your house at once.
If you have more than one Google Home smart device in your home, you can broadcast to every single one simultaneously, sort of like an intercom.
If you say, "OK Google, broadcast that it's dinner time," each device will ring a dinner bell. You can also say, "OK Google, broadcast that it's time for school."

Control your smart home.
Google Assistant can control more than 1,500 smart-home products from more than 100 brands like LG, Whirlpool, GE, and Nest. You can ask your Google Home Mini to dim the lights, change the temperature, turn on a kettle or microwave, or even start your Roomba.

Remind yourself to work out.
If you're someone who needs a nudge to get out and exercise, your Google Home smart speaker can help with that. You can ask Google to remind you however often you like at a specific time each day.

Turn the TV on and off.
If your TV supports the HDMI CEC standard, and you have one of Google's own Chromecasts plugged in, you can use your Google Home Mini to turn the TV on and off.

Ask it to tell you a story.
Google equipped Google Home devices with all sorts of features for families. Here are a few of the things you can ask it:
"Hey Google, tell me a story."
"Hey Google, let's play a game."
"OK Google, play musical chairs."
"OK Google, beatbox for me."
"Hey Google, let's play space trivia."

Speak in different languages.
Google Home Mini smart speaker is capable of speaking in English, Japanese, French, Italian, and German.

Ask it to tell you jokes.
.Just say, "Hey Google, tell me a joke" and the Google Home will deliver.

Set reminders to watch your favourite shows.
If you're worried you'll forget to watch that hot new show you like, you can have your Google Home remind you.

6 Different Voices
It will recognise up to 6 users, so just be careful no-one interrupts with some heavy metal.

Google AI
Google are bringing their extensive technological expertise to the smart speaker scene, implementing their search technology in the virtual assistant to provide an even more reliable - and natural - experience.

Command all your smart devices
Thanks to being compatible with a whole host of smart home devices, you can take command of everything from your lights to your television. Once you’ve connected the speaker and your compatible devices to your WiFi, you can synchronise them, allowing you to activate them all with a simple voice command. So just ask it to turn down the lights, turn up the heating and settle down for a movie marathon without having to leave your seat.

Keep track of your calendar
Let the virtual assistant keep track of your diary so you’ll never miss an appointment or a birthday again. Set reminders for anything you can’t afford to forget about, whether that be your anniversary or a hot date with the dentist. Or if you know you’ve got something important on at the weekend but can’t remember what on earth it was, as long as you added it to your calendar you can ask the assistant and it can tell you precisely where you need to be.
Type Voice activated smart home device
Compatibility iOS (8 or later)
Android (Jelly Bean 4.2 or later)
Compatible app Google Home
Smart compatibility Nest
Philips Hue lighting
Samsung Smart Things
Belkin WeMo
Connectivity WIFI
Power Mains
Community Updates

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16 Comments
Is this first gen or second gen? Description says mains power lead which is a bit ambiguous.
kentris31/03/2020 20:33

Is this first gen or second gen? Description says mains power lead which …Is this first gen or second gen? Description says mains power lead which is a bit ambiguous.


First, 2nd Gen is the nest mini.

Both have a Mains power lead.
MrSwitch31/03/2020 20:33

First, 2nd Gen is the nest mini.Both have a Mains power lead.


Is it? I thought 1st gen was powered via micro?
kentris31/03/2020 20:38

Is it? I thought 1st gen was powered via micro?


Ah yeah it is, my apologies, no idea why I said that, we have both in our house

Sorry bud, it is kinda still Mains powered, as on it still plugs into the wall, I'm guessing that's what they mean.
MrSwitch31/03/2020 20:42

Ah yeah it is, my apologies, no idea why I said that, we have both in our …Ah yeah it is, my apologies, no idea why I said that, we have both in our house Sorry bud, it is kinda still Mains powered, as on it still plugs into the wall, I'm guessing that's what they mean.


No worries matey. Do you notice much difference in sound quality between the two? I currently have a 2nd gen in the bedroom but want to grab one for the kitchen too.
kentris31/03/2020 20:54

No worries matey. Do you notice much difference in sound quality between …No worries matey. Do you notice much difference in sound quality between the two? I currently have a 2nd gen in the bedroom but want to grab one for the kitchen too.


The 2nd Gen is definitely louder, but how much you'd notice I don't know, we have one in our playroom for the kids to play music, and one in the living room for everything else basically, we haven't noticed the difference, I'd just get the first gen again, but got the 2nd Gen for free.
I have my smart home built around alexa but so wanna move over to Google as it's a more 'sophisticated' setup in my eyes but there seems to be a lot of issues with ST integration and calendars that I have experienced which puts me off.
MrSwitch31/03/2020 20:56

The 2nd Gen is definitely louder, but how much you'd notice I don't know, …The 2nd Gen is definitely louder, but how much you'd notice I don't know, we have one in our playroom for the kids to play music, and one in the living room for everything else basically, we haven't noticed the difference, I'd just get the first gen again, but got the 2nd Gen for free.


Typical Google. 4 or 5 generations of the same device with no perceptable changes. Money grabbing exercise with very little innovation. They could have at lease added a 3.5mm aux port.
Edited by: "Aiadi" 31st Mar
Anyone have issues with it keep disconnecting when the connected device is right next to it ?
hitsta31/03/2020 21:31

Anyone have issues with it keep disconnecting when the connected device is …Anyone have issues with it keep disconnecting when the connected device is right next to it ?


Have you googled it
Aiadi31/03/2020 21:23

Typical Google. 4 or 5 generations of the same device with no perceptable …Typical Google. 4 or 5 generations of the same device with no perceptable changes. Money grabbing exercise with very little innovation. They could have at lease added a 3.5mm aux port.


Only two generations of this, and the difference in sound quality is night and day to me, much more bass and far less "tinny" with the gen 2, and it seems to react quicker to voice commands. Wish I'd held off getting 3 of the gen 1s as I can tell the difference between rooms.

Annoying about the aux port, but I wouldn't expect devices to be introducing aux in this day and age, Bluetooth all the way unfortunately.
kentris31/03/2020 20:54

No worries matey. Do you notice much difference in sound quality between …No worries matey. Do you notice much difference in sound quality between the two? I currently have a 2nd gen in the bedroom but want to grab one for the kitchen too.


Yeah mini nest sounds alot better and can be louder. First Gen sounds good enough , but there is a clear different in depth, mids and bass of the nest. I have both
Sundaymorning31/03/2020 21:45

Have you googled it


Yes and tried everything that it stated but will randomly every now and again it disconnects still
MrSwitch31/03/2020 20:56

The 2nd Gen is definitely louder, but how much you'd notice I don't know, …The 2nd Gen is definitely louder, but how much you'd notice I don't know, we have one in our playroom for the kids to play music, and one in the living room for everything else basically, we haven't noticed the difference, I'd just get the first gen again, but got the 2nd Gen for free.


Better go for 2nd for support issues I would imagine the second gen will be supported for longer 5-6 years time

See the 2nd gen often on sale for 20 I'd hold out for 25 new
Great thanks
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