Google Home Gets a New Look Thanks to Slickwraps

Slickwraps, who are known for producing stylish wraps for many different devices, have just launched real wood and leather wraps for the Google Home speaker. The company already offered some other wraps for Google Home, but as of today, real wood and leather are also available. This is going to allow you to give your Google Home a pretty unique look, while also protecting it from scratches and such while you have it in your possession (it's a good idea to wrap it up if you are planning to sell it in a year or so, that way it's still in good condition).

Now these wraps do not mess with the sound or the microphones on Google Home. In fact there are holes in the top portion for the lights that are on the Google Home. So as long as you line it up correctly, you should still see the colored lights on the top of the product. These lights are important as it lets you know that the Google Assistant heard you - which lives inside of the Google Home. Now these wraps only cover the top part and not the bottom part. The reason they don't cover the bottom portion is because that's where the actual sound comes out. So to cover it up wouldn't make much sense. However, if you do want to change up the bottom of the Google Home, you can swap out the base for others that Google are selling right now.

Slickwraps is selling these skins or wraps for just $36.95. These include real bamboo, black leather, brown leather and disstressed tan leather. The three leather colors are made from Horween leather. So that it is pretty high-quality. Especially when you consider the fact that these are wraps and not part of the design process of the Google Home. There are other wraps available for Google Home which are a bit cheaper, coming in at about $26.95. If you aren't in a hurry to pick one up and want to save some cash, SlickWraps does typically do flash sales, allowing you to get often times 40% off of your purchase. You can check out the source link below for more details.

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