Get the powerful Google Home Max smart speaker for $150 while you can
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Released all the way back in 2017, the search giant's gargantuan voice-controlled device has yet to completely disappear from its manufacturer's official US e-store, where it's currently listed as out of stock in both Chalk and Charcoal flavors and unlikely to ever return.
Google itself still sells brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged Home Max units at a lower than ever price.The powerful smart speaker is also hard to come by at major third-party retailers like Best Buy, Target, or Walmart, where you either have to wait a few weeks to receive one of the last units available or the product is listed as sold out too. But that's actually not the case over on eBay, where
Specifically, $149, which is a number that you'll see in your cart for both black and white models. That's marked down from $179, which was discounted from $299, which was permanently reduced from an initial price of $399 last year.
While it's obviously too late for Google to release a Home Max sequel by the end of this year, it remains to be seen if we'll get some sort of a Max version of the recently unveiled Nest Audio at some point in 2021.
Until a Nest Max arrives, you can settle for the $99 Nest Audio or a $229 Nest Hub Max with a 10-inch touchscreen in tow if you decide to skip this Google Home Max clearance deal for some reason. While this bad boy doesn't come with a display, its sound quality and power are pretty much unrivaled. Unless, of course, you'd rather talk to Alexa or Siri than Google Assistant, in which case you can always spend $200 on Amazon's Echo Studio or $300 for Apple's OG HomePod.