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Posted 16th Sep 2020

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Decent price for the OG mini brand new if you need one

3544525.jpgGoogle Home Mini, Black.

ABOUT THE ITEM

The Item is New in Box

This item is new and Sealed in the box.

Please note, the box might show some signs of usage due to handling.

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90 day Warranty P

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Features
  • 1 internal speaker.
  • Compatible with iPod, iPhone and iPad.
  • Bluetooth compatible.
  • Size H4.2, W9.8, D9.8cm.
  • Speaker diameter 9.8cm.
  • Mains operated.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee

A powerful little helper. Google Home Mini keeps you informed and up to date with instant news, weather and commute updates without lifting a finger. Master the kitchen: Google Home Mini helps with timers, step-by-step recipes, and conversions and substitutes. Start your smart home: it's always improving with seamless connections to the latest compatible smart lights and thermostats. In two unique colours: chalk and charcoal, pick a Google Home Mini to match your room and personal style.

Get hands-free help in any room. Google Home Mini is powered by the Google Assistant, so that you can ask it questions and tell it to do things. By using your voice, ask for things like translations, calculations, nutrition information and unit conversions, or other information. Just start by saying, Ok Google. Plus, get help managing your schedule, from breakfast to bed.

Play, pause and rewind. Control compatible entertainment hands-free from the comfort of your sofa. Use with Chromecast so that you can start streaming shows, movies and music on your TV or speaker. And control your smart home, such as compatible lights, thermostats, switches and more from your favourite home automation systems, like Philips Hue, Nest and Samsung SmartThings.
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Wife giving me daggers other day when the 4th one turned up. At least the government can hear me from just about every room in the house now.
I’ve got 2 that I got on random offers for <£10 and I’ve never done anything with them ... not sure I need a 3rd great price tho!
'Hey Google' is also an option which is at least one syllable less!
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I’ve got 2 that I got on random offers for <£10 and I’ve never done anything with them ... not sure I need a 3rd great price tho!
WilliamAllan16/09/2020 19:16

I’ve got 2 that I got on random offers for <£10 and I’ve never done anyt …I’ve got 2 that I got on random offers for <£10 and I’ve never done anything with them ... not sure I need a 3rd great price tho!


Cheers
Bought as gifts. Thanks
This is the first generation
edward.day17/09/2020 08:59

This is the first generation


Yep, thanks, I didn't mention it was the new nest mini, but appreciate it
Sorry, it's a good deal for a Google home
Wife giving me daggers other day when the 4th one turned up. At least the government can hear me from just about every room in the house now.
edward.day17/09/2020 08:59

This is the first generation



Useful if you've already got one and would like to make a stereo pair.
For those who haven't dived in at all yet, I cannot emphasise enough how much nicer it is to say Alexa instead of OK Google if you end up using the things quite a bit.
EndemicAlarm17/09/2020 12:01

For those who haven't dived in at all yet, I cannot emphasise enough how …For those who haven't dived in at all yet, I cannot emphasise enough how much nicer it is to say Alexa instead of OK Google if you end up using the things quite a bit.


And even there are 4 options to choose. Imagine when you say 'Ok Google' and you have an Android phone in the same room with the Google speaker.
EndemicAlarm17/09/2020 12:01

For those who haven't dived in at all yet, I cannot emphasise enough how …For those who haven't dived in at all yet, I cannot emphasise enough how much nicer it is to say Alexa instead of OK Google if you end up using the things quite a bit.


Just my 2 cents, google's voice assistant has always been more reliable for me as well as understood human phrases as opposed to just commands: For example I lately tried to add an event to my calendar with my Alexa device and I asked "Alexa, add X to my calendar at Y" and it made me repeat each step one by one and didnt even save it to my calendar but to reminders whereas the Google alternative worked fine. I'm not sure which I prefer saying though, I guess I lean towards away from Alexa just because its too human to me? I feel more embarrased if I think people hear me saying "Alexa, do something" compared to "Hey Google, do something". Just personal experience and I could be in the minority lol
fgraham17/09/2020 13:52

Just my 2 cents, google's voice assistant has always been more reliable …Just my 2 cents, google's voice assistant has always been more reliable for me as well as understood human phrases as opposed to just commands: For example I lately tried to add an event to my calendar with my Alexa device and I asked "Alexa, add X to my calendar at Y" and it made me repeat each step one by one and didnt even save it to my calendar but to reminders whereas the Google alternative worked fine. I'm not sure which I prefer saying though, I guess I lean towards away from Alexa just because its too human to me? I feel more embarrased if I think people hear me saying "Alexa, do something" compared to "Hey Google, do something". Just personal experience and I could be in the minority lol


Alexa can add to your Google calendar. Perhaps you haven't given it necessary permissions?
OB117/09/2020 14:16

Alexa can add to your Google calendar. Perhaps you haven't given it …Alexa can add to your Google calendar. Perhaps you haven't given it necessary permissions?


I added it the day before and double checked it was hooked up on the same day as the attempt and all was ready. I very well may have had a bad experience, its by no means enough to make me regret not getting a Google device. Overall it understands me most of the time, most of its life is just remotely turning my lights on and off (thrilling I know) but if I had the option between 2 products of the same type (dot vs mini etc) I'd go Google assuming they were the same price or close.
fgraham17/09/2020 14:32

I added it the day before and double checked it was hooked up on the same …I added it the day before and double checked it was hooked up on the same day as the attempt and all was ready. I very well may have had a bad experience, its by no means enough to make me regret not getting a Google device. Overall it understands me most of the time, most of its life is just remotely turning my lights on and off (thrilling I know) but if I had the option between 2 products of the same type (dot vs mini etc) I'd go Google assuming they were the same price or close.


Same - there are probably things that Alexa can do better, but Google seems to handle my requests a bit easier, and doesn't require the command to be in the exact same structure each time - although that's my very limited experience with Alexa, maybe the software's improved.
EndemicAlarm17/09/2020 12:01

For those who haven't dived in at all yet, I cannot emphasise enough how …For those who haven't dived in at all yet, I cannot emphasise enough how much nicer it is to say Alexa instead of OK Google if you end up using the things quite a bit.


The fact you get much better results by saying OK Google is what makes it the superior device
EndemicAlarm17/09/2020 12:01

For those who haven't dived in at all yet, I cannot emphasise enough how …For those who haven't dived in at all yet, I cannot emphasise enough how much nicer it is to say Alexa instead of OK Google if you end up using the things quite a bit.



Nicer for some. My ex-fiance's name is Alexa. Calling out her name while my girlfriend is around just feels awkward.

But at least you can change it to something else - "Echo" still rolls off the tongue better than "OK Google".

Then again I have friends with crap names and I haven't ditched them for that reason, so it's all about what you're willing to put up with.
'Hey Google' is also an option which is at least one syllable less!
Have had Amazon echos. Got a nest mini free from Spotify. Very poor experience overall compared to Alexa. Save your money and get an echo!
lakisd19/09/2020 14:40

Have had Amazon echos. Got a nest mini free from Spotify. Very poor …Have had Amazon echos. Got a nest mini free from Spotify. Very poor experience overall compared to Alexa. Save your money and get an echo!


I've got both. The Echo Dot has a better speaker than the Google Home Mini but the interface and commands with Google seem much better than Amazon.
Edited by: "mattyr" 19th Sep
I use my Alexa a lot, don't know if I need these, but heat added!
Please note this is the old generation. they are now called NEST Mini. NOT Home.
2nd gen have a better speaker.
stephenstern19/09/2020 19:42

Please note this is the old generation. they are now called NEST Mini. NOT …Please note this is the old generation. they are now called NEST Mini. NOT Home.2nd gen have a better speaker.


I have a mix of next and home the nest is better but not 30 pounds better
Wow, that is ridiculous / outrageous.
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