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Google Nest Mini 2nd Generation - Official UK Version - £24.99 @ MyMemory
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Google Nest Mini 2nd Generation - Official UK Version - £24.99 @ MyMemory

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Google Nest Mini 2nd Generation - Official UK Version - £24.99 @ MyMemory
Posted 5th Sep 2020
Seems to be cheaper than everywhere else for new

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Specifications

  • Sound System: 360-degree sound with 40 mm driver
  • Wireless Speaker(s): Yes
  • USB: Yes
  • Compatibility: - Android 5.0 (Phone) Android 6.0 (Tablet) and higher - iOS 11.0 and Higher - Mobile Device
  • Wireless LAN: Yes
  • Bluetooth:5.0
  • Power and ports: 15 W power adaptor. Ports: DC power jack
  • Colour: Chalk
  • Height: 42mm, Diameter: 98mm
  • Weight (Approximate): 181 g
  • Virtual Assistant Supported: Google Assistant
  • Compatible app: Google Home
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Loads of these cheap on ebay soon
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Good deal @MrSwitch
Saturday morning... Cracking deal @MrSwitch
apur3205/09/2020 09:49

Saturday morning... Cracking deal @MrSwitch


Cheers AP, you good?
Just need one more Home Hub for the kitchen, then I'm all set! Knew I should have bought 2 instead of 1 on the TOTUM offer
Loads of these cheap on ebay soon
Not £9.99 cold.
Good.deal, but if you have Spotify premium YouCan get it for either free or £10 (depends on which eligibility you get)
UoSLad06/09/2020 00:21

Good.deal, but if you have Spotify premium YouCan get it for either free …Good.deal, but if you have Spotify premium YouCan get it for either free or £10 (depends on which eligibility you get)


That deal is over.
Not £0, Cold!
So the rrp of £49 advertised on Google store with the spotify deal is total b.s?
I set up mine from the Spotify deal today and I'm more than impressed. Less bass than the Echo Dot third gen but it doesn't distort at max volume. Vocals are more clear on the Nest Mini 2nd gen. Nest mini second gen is good for a smaller back bedroom-type room, echo dot third gen can hold its own in a larger room.
Edited by: "mancmackem" 6th Sep
aturner12306/09/2020 02:49

So the rrp of £49 advertised on Google store with the spotify deal is …So the rrp of £49 advertised on Google store with the spotify deal is total b.s?


£49 is the RRP, but smart speakers are always being discounted. Amazon have already admitted that Echos are sold at a loss, Google is likely the same. They are desperately fighting for market share.
Edited by: "jamie15" 6th Sep
jamie1506/09/2020 04:36

£49 is the RRP, but smart speakers are always being discounted. Amazon …£49 is the RRP, but smart speakers are always being discounted. Amazon have already admitted that Echos are sold at a loss, Google is likely the same. They are desperately fighting for market share.


Yeah, 99p per the deal posted a couple of days ago!
Still waiting for my Spotify one
Worth upgrading from a gen 1 to this? Use it in the kitchen mainly for playing music, and apparently the speaker on this is a bit better.
For an extra £5 go to Argos and get the Google Nest Mini & Smart Bulb
Wake up people! They are desperate to get these spying devices into our homes
Nick_-a1f35.0998906/09/2020 12:26

Wake up people! They are desperate to get these spying devices into our …Wake up people! They are desperate to get these spying devices into our homes


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Nick_-a1f35.0998906/09/2020 12:26

Wake up people! They are desperate to get these spying devices into our …Wake up people! They are desperate to get these spying devices into our homes


Is this the same “they” that invented Coronavirus and 5G in order to control us?
jamie1506/09/2020 04:36

£49 is the RRP, but smart speakers are always being discounted. Amazon …£49 is the RRP, but smart speakers are always being discounted. Amazon have already admitted that Echos are sold at a loss, Google is likely the same. They are desperately fighting for market share.


Desperate for the data farming ability! If you know the market, you can sell more stuff to them.
ikeisco06/09/2020 21:30

Desperate for the data farming ability! If you know the market, you can …Desperate for the data farming ability! If you know the market, you can sell more stuff to them.


Definitely a possibility. I personally believe it's because they want to tie users into an ecosystem. Once a user picks 1 smart assistant they are unlikely to switch. Much cheaper to acquire new users in a growing market instead of encouraging existing users to switch once the market matures.
I'm not sure how many people have been affected by this, but maybe worth a read..

I bough a Nest Mini Gen 1 last black Friday and it kept resetting/making loud setup noises in the night. This happened maybe 3-4 times over a month, so I unplugged it. I contacted Google explaining my problem, and they said it's a known issue with these devices and that they were looking into it. They also said because the device had no physical fault, a refund or repair would not be possible.

Roll forward to now, I still have this faulty Nest Mini in a box of junk and I'm on a Google mailing list where they contact me when the case develops (so far I've had no emails).

It's possible that this has been fixed now, but please note that Google assured me this was NOT a Nest hardware issue. So I see no reason why this can't/won't persist for some Gen 2 users.
JasonRose9806/09/2020 22:28

I'm not sure how many people have been affected by this, but maybe worth a …I'm not sure how many people have been affected by this, but maybe worth a read..I bough a Nest Mini Gen 1 last black Friday and it kept resetting/making loud setup noises in the night. This happened maybe 3-4 times over a month, so I unplugged it. I contacted Google explaining my problem, and they said it's a known issue with these devices and that they were looking into it. They also said because the device had no physical fault, a refund or repair would not be possible. Roll forward to now, I still have this faulty Nest Mini in a box of junk and I'm on a Google mailing list where they contact me when the case develops (so far I've had no emails).It's possible that this has been fixed now, but please note that Google assured me this was NOT a Nest hardware issue. So I see no reason why this can't/won't persist for some Gen 2 users.


Google's first mini smart speaker was Home Mini, Google's second mini smart speaker is Nest Mini.

Note that Google speakers reboot automatically at around 3am every night intentionally. Shouldn't make any noise though, that's odd
Zimmy06/09/2020 21:17

Is this the same “they” that invented Coronavirus and 5G in order to con …Is this the same “they” that invented Coronavirus and 5G in order to control us?


To be fair, as much as I can’t stand whackadoodle conspiracy theories about 5g, the poster is true that it’s their stated policy that they want these in everyones homes.

Does Google care about your private conversations? Probably yes for the ad targeting value that would have, but not enough that they’d ever dare trying to record you without your knowledge. It would get out, and be catastrophic for their business.

They’re selling these at a loss because they want you to ask it questions. That question is then held on your profile to allow advertisers to target you more specifically with products they know you’re already in the market for.

This is how Google has always worked, it’s not controversial and they’re quite open about this being where their money comes from.

Facebook is the same. Mark Zuckerberg was having a winge just last week about Apple blocking their new profiling system on iPhones.
Not sure about Google but Amazon's privacy policy is that they don't listen to anything unless you have said 'Alexa' first, or at least that's what Alexa told me!
Zimmy07/09/2020 16:31

Not sure about Google but Amazon's privacy policy is that they don't …Not sure about Google but Amazon's privacy policy is that they don't listen to anything unless you have said 'Alexa' first, or at least that's what Alexa told me!


Just because a company says they don't record conversations doesn't mean they do not. Google also have this same policy.

In my opinion if you use these devices you should be okay with Google or Amazon constantly recording everything you do, think of the worst case scenario not the best. I make that sacrifice in exchange for the convenience.
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