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Best google home assistant

For me google home mini and it's small espeacially that you have 3 rooms and there is no differnce between it's brothers only the sound you also might get a speaker if you will play music all day 

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So i was wondering which google home i should get and i have not a big house actually like 3 rooms And i ahve hue lights and al those stuff so if please help me to know which one suits for me.

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Google's original home, by the sounds of it, will suit your use case. I would get one and if you need more then go and get a number of Google Home Mini's.


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3 google home minis there's really no need for the big one unless you plan to play music 


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The three devices - mini, normal, maxi - don't have any different features software wise, the only thing that differentiates them is their hardware (speaker, microphones)


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Also, be a sport and mark the correct answer as the correct answer. It will help pour souls in the future when they are stuck and need guidance.

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For me google home mini and it's small espeacially that you have 3 rooms and there is no differnce between it's brothers only the sound you also might get a speaker if you will play music all day 

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2 minutes ago, Bitconneeccccctt said:

And im not gonna play music mabey sometime once in a while

Get a few minis if that’s that case.


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No point in paying for anything but a home mini. If you want to play music get real speakers.


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2 hours ago, LapX said:

No point in paying for anything but a home mini. If you want to play music get real speakers.

Thats what i said actually

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I agree with the minis. I have 2 and I don’t regret the purchase. 


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