Apart from the thoroughly leaked Pixel 4 and 4 XL smartphones
, Google is likely to unveil one or two new additions to its already expansive family of connected home products on October 15
. That's the least the search giant can do to try to fend off Amazon's latest onslaught
on the fast-growing smart speaker market
where the two companies continue to duke it out for global supremacy
Formally announced a year ago under the Google Home Hub
name and rebranded as the Nest Hub shortly after the Nest Hub Max launch
, Big G's smallest smart display could get a sequel in a couple of weeks... or not. Until then, you may still want to purchase the original model alongside not one but two complimentary Google Chromecast units.
The killer new deal is precisely as straightforward and as compelling as it sounds, requiring you to merely add a Google Nest Hub to your cart over at Best Buy, with the retailer automatically throwing in a pair of "latest" Chromecast models at no extra charge. That means you will have $129.99 to pay for a package normally worth a combined $200 or so.
Of course, we've seen both the Nest Hub and the 2018-released Chromecast
on their own multiple times
in the last few months
, but if you're interested in this specific combination of one 7-inch smart display and two digital media streamers with Full HD content support right now, there's really no way to save more than the 70 bucks shaven off the special bundle by Best Buy.
It's important to highlight you're not looking at high-end Chromecast Ultra
units with 4K Ultra HD streaming capabilities here, while the Nest Hub has a direct $129.99 rival in the freshly unveiled Amazon Echo Show 8 you might want to consider if you like Alexa better than Google Assistant