Deal: Save $50 on the Google Home, $20 on the Google Home Mini - 11/27/17

B&H Photo has the Google Home for just $79 taking $50 off of its regular price, and the Google Home Mini for just $29, taking $20 off of its price. Both of these are their lowest prices ever. Now Google did lower the Google Home Mini to $29 before Black Friday at most retailers, and that price is continuing. But now, the Google Home is also discounted, coming in at just $79. Which is also a big deal.

The Google Home and Home Mini are pretty similar. They are both speaker that have the Google Assistant inside for assisting you with things and smart home control. However the big difference here is the size. The Home Mini is much smaller, as you can probably tell by its name. It's more like a pebble, and has just four lights on the top. The regular Google Home is much larger, and actually looks more like a air freshener. And because it is larger, it does output much better sound, which is definitely important. The Google Home has much more bass in its sound, so if you're someone that likes a lot of bass, that is the one you'll want to pick up. The Google Home does also allow you to swap out the base for different colors, while the Home Mini does not, leaving you with just the one color that you bought. Both are great choices though, for that tech enthusiast that might be on your list this holiday season, or even just the person that always has questions, now they can ask Google without "Googling" it.

At B&H Photo, you do get free expedited shipping, and if you purchase before 4PM EST today, it will ship from its New York City warehouse today. There's no taxes being collected unless you reside in the state of New York or New Jersey.

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Google Home Mini
$29
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Google Home
Expires

Nov. 27th, 2017

$79
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