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When it debuted as the Google Home Hub in October 2018, this 7-inch device invigorated the nascent smart display category for two major reasons. First, its $130 price tag came in $100 under Amazon's $230 Echo Show. Secondly, Google read the room early in terms of consumers' suspicion about smart home gadgets and left off the video camera that seemed so key to the smart display concept, at least as defined by Amazon. (Although it had previously allowed third-party, camera-equipped smart displays using Google Assistant to come to market.)
With no camera, Google's smart display can't rely on the emotional lure of easy video chatting with friends and family to succeed. Yes, it supports a photo feed and it's hard to resist that steady drip of kid pictures, but this is more than just a digital photo frame. Now called the Google Nest Hub after a rebrand this spring, this 7-inch display isn't shy about putting forward its interface and the superiority of Google Assistant to win you over.
Differences - Core - Features - Google - Amazon
The differences between those core features of the Google and Amazon displays are subtle, but the more you use them the more you notice them. Among other things, the way the Nest Hub can walk you through a recipe and remember the steps you're on, even when you shift to another task halfway through, is particularly useful. A very well...
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