Google's $399 Premium Home Max Speaker Now Available

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Verizon has the Home Max available in chalk, but charcoal is now sold out. Unfortunately, its United Kingdom price and availability have yet to be announced, but we'll be sure to update this article with any developments. Users can also interface with other connected smart home devices through voice commands on the Google Home Max. There is still no word on United Kingdom availability.

The Google Home Max is available for purchase at the Google Store, Best Buy, Verizon Wireless and Walmart in charcoal or chalk. We'd expect it to come out in Q2 2018, though, with United Kingdom pricing to sit at around £399. The company seems to be setting its sights on Sonos with Home Max. Speakers placed in the middle of the room, outdoor, or against the wall all sound different because of the way the sound waves interact with the surrounding surfaces.

The speaker has four dots at the front that are illuminated. You can put the speaker as per your requirements and space.

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The front is covered by a fabric that's available in two colours: chalk and charcoal. If you were hoping to find the product on Amazon, you're out of luck because Amazon refuses to sell Google products right now due to their ongoing feud. For that price, you get two 4.5-inch high-excursion woofers with custom tweeters for improved sound. Google Assistant can handle tasks such as turning on or off smart appliances. Well, December is nearly halfway through and we're starting to see the Home Max pop up on a couple of stores. All of which means that the virtual assistant wars have finally spilled into the high-end speaker market. The Home Max offers powerful sound quality.

The new generation, Google Home Max is created to compete against the other high-end smart speakers. "Room EQ adjusts the sound based on where you place it".

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