Google Home was the search giant’s first foray into smart home assistants and is still a venerable option next to the Amazon Echo a host of other smart speakers hitting the market.
But if you’re more concerned about music, look no further than the Google Home Max. Featuring larger, more powerful speakers than the standard Google Home, the Max option features custom tweeters and dual 4.5-inch woofers for deep bass. Additionally, it’s AI automatically adapts the output to the position of the speaker in the room, which ensures crisp audio no matter where it’s located.
In addition to delivering solid acoustics, the Google Home Max also plays nice with just about any music service you’ll need, such as potify, Pandora, and Google Play (naturally), as well as a host of other smart home services.
The Google Home Max is available in chalk or charcoal for $400.