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BuyDig via Rakuten has Google Home Hub (Charcoal) on sale for $99 - 15% with coupon code SAVE15 = $84.15. Shipping is free. Thanks jakeS22 & SGwithADD

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I'm 100% into the Echo ecosystem but have a few of the Google Home Hubs and find they actually complement Alexa devices well.

Alexa is hands down the best for integrations (both home audio, music and automation) but the Google Home devices are great at search (naturally) and things like directions.

Also, if you use Google Photos, the Google Home Hub is 100% worth paying for even if you use it as nothing more than a digital photo frame as it syncs new photos and you can do voice search (i.e. "Show me my pictures from New York from 2016").
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These DO NOT play Netflix. Bought one mostly to play Netflix while in the kitchen and was disappointed it's not available, the Netflix app won't even let you cast it. Kept it still because I love Google Photos integration and plenty of YouTube channels I watch.
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I was the same but Google has totally caught up as far as home integration and supports all the same audio services as Alexa. The search for Google is top notch. The only thing keeping me from pulling out the alexa devices is the individual room calling.
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That's a good deal, this might be fp material. The price I got was 83.45 before tax. But I think I'll wait for the 10" Google assistant go on sale
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That's a good deal, this might be fp material. The price I got was 83.45 before tax. But I think I'll wait for the 10" Google assistant go on sale
Is that the Lenovo one that you're taking about?
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I'm 100% into the Echo ecosystem but have a few of the Google Home Hubs and find they actually complement Alexa devices well.

Alexa is hands down the best for integrations (both home audio, music and automation) but the Google Home devices are great at search (naturally) and things like directions.

Also, if you use Google Photos, the Google Home Hub is 100% worth paying for even if you use it as nothing more than a digital photo frame as it syncs new photos and you can do voice search (i.e. "Show me my pictures from New York from 2016").
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That's a good deal, this might be fp material. The price I got was 83.45 before tax. But I think I'll wait for the 10" Google assistant go on sale
10" Lenovo is $152 with the same code.
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That's a good deal, this might be fp material. The price I got was 83.45 before tax. But I think I'll wait for the 10" Google assistant go on sale
Which 10'' Google assistant? Are you talking about Lenovo Smart display?
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You can also get the chalk one from Beach Camera for the same price, along with a (likely not worth it) screen protector: https://www.rakuten.com/shop/beac...GOHUBCHLK/
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I'm 100% into the Echo ecosystem but have a few of the Google Home Hubs and find they actually complement Alexa devices well.

Alexa is hands down the best for integrations (both home audio, music and automation) but the Google Home devices are great at search (naturally) and things like directions.

Also, if you use Google Photos, the Google Home Hub is 100% worth paying for even if you use it as nothing more than a digital photo frame as it syncs new photos and you can do voice search (i.e. "Show me my pictures from New York from 2016").
I was the same but Google has totally caught up as far as home integration and supports all the same audio services as Alexa. The search for Google is top notch. The only thing keeping me from pulling out the alexa devices is the individual room calling.
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These DO NOT play Netflix. Bought one mostly to play Netflix while in the kitchen and was disappointed it's not available, the Netflix app won't even let you cast it. Kept it still because I love Google Photos integration and plenty of YouTube channels I watch.
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You can get a two pack at Costco for $180 which I know is about $10 more but you can return easier and get an extra year of warranty as well.

https://www.costco.com/Google-Hom...63574.html
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I'm 100% into the Echo ecosystem but have a few of the Google Home Hubs and find they actually complement Alexa devices well.

Alexa is hands down the best for integrations (both home audio, music and automation) but the Google Home devices are great at search (naturally) and things like directions.

Also, if you use Google Photos, the Google Home Hub is 100% worth paying for even if you use it as nothing more than a digital photo frame as it syncs new photos and you can do voice search (i.e. "Show me my pictures from New York from 2016").
Yep, absolutely love mine and I take a lot of photos for the ability to have all my photos cycle through on my desk alone makes it worth it.
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These DO NOT play Netflix. Bought one mostly to play Netflix while in the kitchen and was disappointed it's not available, the Netflix app won't even let you cast it. Kept it still because I love Google Photos integration and plenty of YouTube channels I watch.
I agree with you there that I was disappointed by that aspect. One thought that just came to me is that you should be able to play your Google Play movies and Movies Anywhere movies on the display. I assume this is true since you can find your videos within Youtube.

I will have to test out this theory when I get home.
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I was the same but Google has totally caught up as far as home integration and supports all the same audio services as Alexa. The search for Google is top notch. The only thing keeping me from pulling out the alexa devices is the individual room calling.
Better in some senses tbh. They don't have their own line of products like Amazon does (smart switches etc) but alternatives are so easy to find that that doesn't matter. Plus, Google allows for the ge smart bulbs, which are Bluetooth only, to connect. Pretty sure Alexa doesn't support them yet
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