Google’s largest display yet, the Nest Hub Max, had been announced for a September 9 launch in the US, UK and Australia, before the date was quietly pulled from Google’s support page and replaced with a “coming soon” message instead.
First announced at I/O 2019, the $229 Nest Hub Max comes with a larger 10-inch display compared to the standard 7-inch Nest Hub.
It also offers better stereo speakers with a 3-inch woofer and comes with a built-in camera, which acts a Nest cam with the ability to recognise a user’s face in order to show personalised results.
Another key feature is its ability to auto-adjust the display’s white balance for display and appearance when looking at images.
It can also control your smart home, has the ability to stream, and comes with Google Assistant capabilities.
Google Nest Hub Max specs:
- 10-inch, 1280 x 800 display
- Front-facing Nest camera with 127-degree field of view
- 2-channel speaker setup (two tweeters and a woofer)
- Two far-field microphone arrays
- Switch to disable camera and microphone