Google Nest Hub (2nd gen) review: wearable-free sleep tracking smart display


Radar-based gesture and sleep tracking turns top smart assistant into a great alarm clock too

Google’s second-generation Nest Hub smart display now comes with radar-based sleep tracking as it attempts to keep Amazon’s Alexa at bay.

The new Nest Hub costs £89.99 on launch, which makes it cheaper than its predecessor and slightly undercuts competitors of a similar size.

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Tags: Google, Amazon, Gadgets, Technology, Alexa, Alphabet, Google Assistant, Smart Speakers, Google Nest Hub

Source:  https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2021/apr/08/google-nest-hub-2nd-gen-review-wearable-free-sleep-tracking-smart-display



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