Google's "standard" Assistant-powered smart speaker at $99, while the Google Home Hub costs $129 and the premium Google Home Max sets you back $299.The latest batch of Google Home deals seems to be valid pretty much everywhere in the US at the time of this writing, from the search giant's own e-store to Best Buy, Walmart, and B&H Photo Video. Starting today, April 11, and through April 20, you can purchase
The latter price is a repeat of the best ever Google Home Max deal, which was first kicked off a couple of weeks ago, expiring shortly thereafter. The Home Max is normally priced at $399, but after Apple's recent permanent HomePod discount, something tells us this $100 markdown on Google's largest and loudest speaker might also stick. Or at least come back repeatedly, as is the case with the $20 Home Hub and $30 Google Home reductions.
These have been available multiple times over the past few months, not to mention third-party sellers have offered even deeper price cuts once or twice... or three or four times. Still, the bang for buck is pretty reasonable on the $99 Google Home and $129 screen-sporting Home Hub, especially when taking the $100 Echo and $190 Echo Show competition into consideration.
In terms of what Google Assistant can do for users without them ever needing to lift a finger, these three devices are obviously similar. The main differences are the Google Home Max is an absolute beast when it comes to audio technology, while the Home Hub can show you stuff on its 7-inch display and control all your compatible smart home accessories too.