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Google Nest Mini 2nd Generation - Chalk £27.99 @ My Memory
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Google Nest Mini 2nd Generation - Chalk £27.99 @ My Memory

£27.99£34.9520%MyMemory Deals
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Posted 9th Mar

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

This is the new Nest Version 2 its been reduced on Black Friday but it’s £49.99 everywhere else now!

I actually ordered the Refurbished Google Chromecast Audio to go with it which they have on the site (although I missed the deal at the weekend)
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Nest Mini 2 - Better sound. Huge help.

Bigger, richer sound
Google Nest Mini has 2x stronger bass than the original Mini.

Made with the environment in mind
Durable fabric top made from 100% recycled plastic bottles.

Improved voice recognition
Ask for help from across the room.

Play music and entertainment from your favourite apps with your voice
Just ask your Google Assistant. Or stream to Nest Mini from your phone.

Get help around your home with your Google Assistant
Just ask and get the best of Google – weather, news or almost anything. Hear your personalised schedule, commute and reminders. Set timers and alarms.

Control your home with just your voice
Dim the lights, turn on the TV or turn up the heat – just ask your Google Assistant. Works with hundreds of compatible smart devices.

Key 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
- Hang it on the wall with the integrated wall mount
- Easy volume controls with LED indicators
- Made from sustainable, 100% recycled materials

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

Requirements:
  • Wi-Fi use requires 802.11a/b/g/n/ac access point (router)
  • Nearby electrical socket
  • Google Home app running on a compatible mobile device.


Box Contents 1 x Google Nest Mini 2nd Generation - Chalk
1 x Power Adapter/Cable

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Bargain! Would order but I only need one
Dgkrs09/03/2020 18:10

Bargain! Would order but I only need one


The price is for one.
Dgkrs09/03/2020 18:10

Bargain! Would order but I only need one

I have a mini actually don't need another. Btw the Chromecast audio is an awesome bit of kit
Dgkrs09/03/2020 18:22

I have a mini actually don't need another. Btw the Chromecast audio … I have a mini actually don't need another. Btw the Chromecast audio is an awesome bit of kit


You might get EU plug.
This is the Official 100% UK Google Version.
I'm kind of late to the party with all this "smart" stuff, but what can you actually do with these that's useful?
Guess_What09/03/2020 20:37

I'm kind of late to the party with all this "smart" stuff, but what can …I'm kind of late to the party with all this "smart" stuff, but what can you actually do with these that's useful?


I was a bit the same. I got one of these cheap as part of a TV package at Christmas and didn't think I'd use it. I've now got a set of £30 smart plugs from Amazon hooked up to it via Google Home, which control all my lounge sockets and a panel heater. One voice command to switch them all on/off, or individually if needed. I also use it a lot to stream radio channels from BBC and TuneIn. The speaker on it is pretty decent. Not too difficult to set it all up using the Android app.
Are my memory a uk shop or chinese?
This is a great deal for the 2nd gen mini. Heat added.
Dgkrs09/03/2020 18:22

I have a mini actually don't need another. Btw the Chromecast audio … I have a mini actually don't need another. Btw the Chromecast audio is an awesome bit of kit


Purpose of chromecast audio?
Got one of these and I agree the sound quality is really good. I'm looking for the one with the screen, anybody know of any offers on this? Ideally the nest max
Thanks for posting. We have added this thread to the Highlights pages
Amazon Echo or Google Nest - which do people prefer/ recommend?
Mrepg10/03/2020 00:06

Are my memory a uk shop or chinese?


Channel Islands (Jersey).
These are so good, really nicely made, good sound quality, great microphones for voice command and act as a bridge for Hue if you don't want to spend money on a Hue bridge. I have a mix of Hue, OSRAM, Google, IKEA and TCP smart stuff and this is the thing that works with everything. Apple Homekit and Hue services are a bit more picky so won't play with everything.
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Dgkrs10/03/2020 17:40

Clue is in the name


Most devices have Bluetooth so is it so you don't have to use your phone? But you need to cast from phone in first place. I don't see the point. Unless for multi room setup but I would never need that tbh more of a gimmick than anything else.
Sonny_A11/03/2020 13:39

Most devices have Bluetooth so is it so you don't have to use your phone? …Most devices have Bluetooth so is it so you don't have to use your phone? But you need to cast from phone in first place. I don't see the point. Unless for multi room setup but I would never need that tbh more of a gimmick than anything else.


What? You're missing some basic knowledge, but suit yourself I'll keep listening to my lossless quality audio while controlling with my Google mini, while you try and find your phone to change the compressed song your listening to
Edited by: "Dgkrs" 11th Mar
Guess_What09/03/2020 20:37

I'm kind of late to the party with all this "smart" stuff, but what can …I'm kind of late to the party with all this "smart" stuff, but what can you actually do with these that's useful?



using phillips hue bluetooth lights, you can turn them on and off using voice, and you can dim them to many variable settings again with voice. everything u do on it is with voice command

i also have smart plugs for controlmy heater, and for the kettle. i turn the kettle on from bedroom so when i get to kitchen the water is done.

u can set reminders for any time or date. i have set reminders for family birthdays.

u can set timers when you are cooking.

u can ask it general knowledge questions. for example how far away is Mars from the Earth, and it will come back and tell you current distance.

u can play music from streaming sites, i believe the youtube music streaming is free

and much much more


by the way the competitor Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen, most people think it has better sound quality. it has most of the same features however it can not play youtube music.
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Guess_What09/03/2020 20:37

I'm kind of late to the party with all this "smart" stuff, but what can …I'm kind of late to the party with all this "smart" stuff, but what can you actually do with these that's useful?


set timers, make free phone calls to any UK number, ask it questions like what's the weather. if you have an nvidia shield you can say turn on / off the TV... play music from google play music store.. control smart devices (lights / switches / nest thermostat)

you can also do all of that with an amazon echo. i have both and I find the google one is MUCH smarter. My echo's are constantly saying "hmmm I don't know that" whereas google one says what it found on google search results. Google does follow up questions, amazon doesn't.
deleted244419112/03/2020 20:48

set timers, make free phone calls to any UK number, ask it questions like …set timers, make free phone calls to any UK number, ask it questions like what's the weather. if you have an nvidia shield you can say turn on / off the TV... play music from google play music store.. control smart devices (lights / switches / nest thermostat) you can also do all of that with an amazon echo. i have both and I find the google one is MUCH smarter. My echo's are constantly saying "hmmm I don't know that" whereas google one says what it found on google search results. Google does follow up questions, amazon doesn't.


Hold up free calls to any UK number? I'm assuming you just link it to you're phone and it calls from there?
Guess_What12/03/2020 21:26

Hold up free calls to any UK number? I'm assuming you just link it to …Hold up free calls to any UK number? I'm assuming you just link it to you're phone and it calls from there?


No, it is via Google itself. Non-premium numbers and no emergency calls, for obvious reasons.

Link: support.google.com/goo…847
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Guess_What12/03/2020 21:26

Hold up free calls to any UK number? I'm assuming you just link it to …Hold up free calls to any UK number? I'm assuming you just link it to you're phone and it calls from there?


nah. what the post above me said.
and it's free
also amazon echo does this now too.
These suck. I swapped my mini out for one of these a month ago and I'm going to put it back in the living room. The sounds a little better but the microphone is awful. You have to shout the commands to get it to respond. I thought it was faulty but after googling it i found that it was a common problem with them. Glad I kept my old one but feel I waisted my money ☹
Sonny_A11/03/2020 13:39

Most devices have Bluetooth so is it so you don't have to use your phone? …Most devices have Bluetooth so is it so you don't have to use your phone? But you need to cast from phone in first place. I don't see the point. Unless for multi room setup but I would never need that tbh more of a gimmick than anything else.


I have a chromecast audio in the drawer. I'd have to agree that Bluetooth has replaced the need for it. Bluetooth sound quality is sufficient for most normal people.
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