Looking for a deal on asmart speaker? On stage at the developer conference on Tuesday, Rick Osterloh, Google's SVP of Devices and Services, announced some big price cuts.
The largest price drop centers on the premium Google Home Max. Originally priced at $399 in 2017, it's now $299.
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That's quite a discount considering this speaker's impressive audio chops and earthshaking volume levels. The Max is also the only device in Google's speaker roster that supports stereo pairing. Google also cut the the cost of two other devices.The original Google Home speaker is now $100, down from $130.
And the Google Nest Hub smart display (formerly the Google Home Hub) will have a $130 price tag. It previously sold for $150 -- but it's been widely on sale ahead of Mother's Day for $99 or less. Additionally, Google announced plans for an billed to be 10 times faster plus more capable. The company unveiled a pair of new phones too, the and Read our full coverage of the event to see everything .
Originally posted at 11:20 a.m. PT.
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