One year after Google has used third-party help to integrate Google Home screen savers into your life, Google has launched its own smart display called Home Hub.
Designed as a smart home controller with a loudspeaker for alarms and timers, and it comes with a screen so you can view the thousands of images you've stored in Google Photos. Another advantage of a display: it can show you results and they can speak to you, which is very useful in many scenarios. Just say "OK Google" to get the attention of Google Assistant, followed by a command, and then control the results with your fingers on the screen.
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However, it's not the only smart display with built-in Google Assistant smart devices – let alone the only smart display. There were a handful of companies that announced similar devices last year, including LG with the ThinQ WK9 and Sony with the Smart Display, but only a few of them are currently available for purchase. Here are some of the best options.
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Lenovo's Smart Display
Lenovo's Smart Display, which is available with either an 8-inch (250 US $) HD touch screen or a 10.1-inch Full HD screen (200 US Dollar), it is an interesting competitor to the Google Home Hub, as it is one of the first intelligent third-party displays. in Google Assistant.
Both models feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 624 processor, 2GB of RAM, 5 megapixels (720p) for video calling, dual-microphone arrays and support for Bluetooth and dual-band Wi-Fi. Inch unit is unique in th It has a 2-inch 10W full-range speaker with two passive radiators, while the 8-inch version has a 1.75-inch 10W speaker.
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