If you hurry, you can get two Google Nest Hub units for less than the price of one

If you hurry, you can get two Google Nest Hub units for less than the price of one
Priced at $149 back when it made its commercial debut under the Home Hub name, Google's first-ever in-house smart display was rebranded last year as the Nest Hub and permanently discounted to $129. But you can routinely find the 7-inch device listed at 30 bucks less than that on the search giant's official US website, as well as if you purchase it from various authorized third-party retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, or Target.

For an extremely limited time, you can even pay as little as a single Benjamin for two different Google Nest Hub units, the only condition being you need to choose the same color for both heavily marked-down products. That means you either go for a Charcoal or Chalk 2-pack, and you merely have until the end of the day to take advantage of this rare 24-hour-only Best Buy promotion.

Check out the deal here

All in all, you're looking at saving a whopping 160 bucks here, not to mention you can buy not one, but two Nest Hubs all of a sudden for the reduced price of a single Amazon Echo Show 8 unit. The Nest Hub still sports a slightly smaller screen than its arch-rival, but at least it can show you all the YouTube content you might need in the kitchen or bedroom without any restrictions or effort on your part whatsoever.

The 7-inch touchscreen is also capable of providing visual feedback for many types of queries leveraging Google's search expertise and AI skills, while the smart display's built-in voice assistant can pick up your commands from a distance to control various smart home accessories, stream music, organize your day, set alarms, and perform many other useful tasks. 

At $99.99 for a solo device, the Google Nest Hub is perhaps no longer what we'd call a must-buy, but at $99.99 for a two-pack, this bad boy becomes an outright steal when you also consider stuff like its "full range" speaker, which was found to get decently loud in our in-depth review, and intuitive UI for smart device and Chromecast speaker control, also according to our rigorous review from more than a year ago. 

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