Google Home is a hands-free smart speaker powered by the Google Assistant. Ask it questions. Tell it to do things. It's your own Google, always ready to help. Just start by saying, "Ok Google".
Get Answers from Google
Google Home is powered by the Google Assistant. Get real-time answers including the latest on weather, traffic, sports, finance, local businesses and more.
Get information to help you with your everyday. Ask for translations and calculations to help the kids get their last-minute homework done. And get nutritional information and unit conversions in the kitchen with flour-covered hands.
Enjoy your Music
With a simple voice command, play music, podcasts, news and radio from services like Google Play Music, Spotify and more.
You can also stream music directly from your phone to Google Home from over 100+ Chromecast-enabled audio apps.
Hi-Fi Sound and Far-Field Voice Technology
Google Home works over Wi-Fi, and its integrated high-excursion speaker delivers crystal-clear highs and rich bass for hi-fi sound. It can also hear you reliably when you say “Ok Google" — even while playing music — thanks to far-field microphones and sophisticated natural language processing.
Manage Your Everyday Tasks
Get hands-free help at home to set alarms, start timers and add items to your shopping list. Plus, the Google Assistant can help you with things like your commute, schedule and more.
Control Smart Devices
Use Google Home to control your lights, thermostats and switches from popular compatible home automation systems like Philips Hue, Nest, Samsung SmartThings and Wemo.
And with Google Home’s multiroom feature, enjoy the same song in every room by grouping any combination of Google Home, Chromecast Audio, or Chromecast built-in speakers together.
Stream movies, videos and shows from compatible content providers to your TV via Chromecast. Just ask Google Home.
Versatile by Design
Google Home is crafted to fit naturally in many areas of your home. You can customise the base with different colours and finishes (metal and fabric) to reflect your home’s style. Slate fabric base comes included, and additional colours are sold separately.
Setup is Easy
• Plug the power cable into Google Home.
• Plug the power adapter into a wall socket.
• Download the Google Home app on your compatible phone or tablet and follow the instructions.
Google Home is compatible with many products and services you already love — and more are being added all the time. Features • Far-field voice recognition to support hands-free use, while sophisticated natural language processing ensure Google Home hears you reliably.
• High excursion speaker delivers clear highs and rich bass for Hi-Fi sound.
• 2.4/5 GHz Wi-Fi support for high-performance streaming.
• Top touch surface gives you total control, and a microphone mute button lets you put Google Home's microphones on standby.
• Chromecast built-in allows streaming from compatible audio apps to Google Home.
• Multi-room playback to sync music across speakers that have Chromecast built-in, so you now can listen to the same song in every room.
• Optional base accessories allow you to customise Google Home with a simple twist and pull.
• Simple setup with the Google Home app on Android & iOS.
Compatible Apps & Services Include:
• Google Play Music.
• Google Chromecast.
• Google Chromecast Audio.
• Friends of hue.
• Google Home.
• Power Supply.
• Quick Start Guide.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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