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Google Home smart speaker £49 @ Currys PC World
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Google Home smart speaker £49 @ Currys PC World

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Posted 1st Jan

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A few places are discounting these. Far better for listening to music than the Home mini puck, and you can pair them up, use in multiroom etc
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  • Get real-time answers to questions with Google
  • Play & control music from streaming services with integrated speaker
  • Find information hands-free using Google Assistant
  • Control your smart home products using your voice
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13 Comments
6 month Spotify too
benhornsby199901/01/2020 13:19

6 month Spotify too


Nice, I pay for Spotify anyway so it’s like getting this for free!
Duplicate .... switchy posted 1st
bagga21201/01/2020 13:27

Duplicate .... switchy posted 1st


@MrSwitch posted Ocado deal afair, see price matching around
caliber200101/01/2020 13:30

@MrSwitch posted Ocado deal afair, see price matching around @MrSwitch posted Ocado deal afair, see price matching around


I like it.
Thanks OP.
bagga21201/01/2020 13:27

Duplicate .... switchy posted 1st


Did you know Currys and Ocado are 2 seperate trading companies?
Edited by: "merb0786" 1st Jan
merb078601/01/2020 14:48

Did you know Currys and Ocada are 2 seperate trading companies?


N0 thanks for sharing
pcmustard01/01/2020 13:22

Nice, I pay for Spotify anyway so it’s like getting this for free!


Its New customers, so presumably you stop your current subscription and have to create a new account with new email to get the 6 months?
Seems most of the retailers are selling for this price: Argos, Ocado, Currys, Google, BT. Out of stock at Very and John Lewis. Good price.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 1st Jan
Okay I am a donkey
But I have Alexa and a couple of enabled smart plugs Should I stick with all Amazon products or is there any sense at all in having both like Alexa and Google????
Thank you
Edited by: "MAURICE_BOYLAN" 1st Jan
MAURICE_BOYLAN01/01/2020 15:50Okay I am a donkeyBut I have Alexa and a couple of enabled smart plugs Should I stick with all Amazon products or is there any sense at all in having both like Alexa and Google????Thank you


Google is probably cleverer, mis-hears less and allows continued contextual questions. But it isn't capable of shopping at Amazon!
Can Alexa tell you when Sainsburys close today? And Google integrates very nicely with its (free) Android apps, eg Keep (for notes and lists) - "Add eggs to my Sainsburys list", and, just like that, its on my phone. (Other grocers exist)
I think only two individuals can be recognised/identified by Alexa. Google Home devices can be linked to six users, each with their own contacts, lists, etc.

One major difference is with 'own brand' add-ons. Ring stuff works fully with Alexa, only, and Nest stuff works with Google, only. As of now, but it may (will?) change in the next year or so!

The cheap way to tryout Google Home is with the Gen1 Google Mini, £19 delivered direct from Google. The Gen2 ("Nest") Mini has more bass sound, a hanging point for wall-mounting and a few other minor differences (bluetooth 5 instead of 4.1, non-usb power connector, etc) but no difference whatsoever in available functions.
For £30 extra, this deal's device gives you better sound - only.
Edited by: "wdh" 1st Jan
wdh01/01/2020 18:21

MAURICE_BOYLAN01/01/2020 15:50Okay I am a donkeyBut I have Alexa and a …MAURICE_BOYLAN01/01/2020 15:50Okay I am a donkeyBut I have Alexa and a couple of enabled smart plugs Should I stick with all Amazon products or is there any sense at all in having both like Alexa and Google????Thank youGoogle is probably cleverer, mis-hears less and allows continued contextual questions. But it isn't capable of shopping at Amazon! Can Alexa tell you when Sainsburys close today? And Google integrates very nicely with its (free) Android apps, eg Keep (for notes and lists) - "Add eggs to my Sainsburys list", and, just like that, its on my phone. (Other grocers exist)I think only two individuals can be recognised/identified by Alexa. Google Home devices can be linked to six users, each with their own contacts, lists, etc. One major difference is with 'own brand' add-ons. Ring stuff works fully with Alexa, only, and Nest stuff works with Google, only. As of now, but it may (will?) change in the next year or so! The cheap way to tryout Google Home is with the Gen1 Google Mini, £19 delivered direct from Google. The Gen2 ("Nest") Mini has more bass sound, a hanging point for wall-mounting and a few other minor differences (bluetooth 5 instead of 4.1, non-usb power connector, etc) but no difference whatsoever in available functions. For £30 extra, this deal's device gives you better sound - only.


Sort of got it really appreciate your response
I’m probably looking for the best of two worlds but really not necessary Cheer
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