Google has added a powerful and smart Google Home speakers to its product portfolio.
Rishi Chandra, head of the Google Home hardware team, said the the new Home Max speaker was created to play bass-heavy tunes that "move a lot of air".
Google's Home Mini will retail for United States dollars $49 and can be pre-ordered today with a full release scheduled for October 19th.
The Google Home Max reverses the Mini's attention to cost and size reduction, offering up the same Google Home experience in a larger chassis with increased audio output. It features 4.5-inch woofers, for much improved bass performance, apart from custom-made 0.7-inch tweeters.
Smart Sound partners with Google AI to change the sound balance of the speaker in order to correct with the atmosphere. The speaker will come with an ad-free subscription to YouTube Music for 12 months.
Both of these devices offer premium sound with voice search built-in - something the Max is also including.
In fact, the Google Home Max is quite a bit larger than the standard Google Home. Smart Sound automatically adjusts for where users place Max in a room. The speaker will go on sale only in December. It will be available to all seven countries where Google Home is already available.
"We created it from scratch, right down to the yarn", said Isabelle Olsson, lead designer for Google Home hardware.
It has the same fabric-finish like the Google Home Mini.
This same machine learning also adapts the Google Home Max to the owner's personal habits. Both are powered by Google Assistant and share a similar style which is now can easily be identified as "Google", with a cloth-covered body made to help it fit more naturally in your home.
With Google Assistant, you can use simple commands.