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Check out the newest Google Assistant products at CES 2020
Alexa wasn't the only voice assistant on display. Plenty of slick tech products also boasted Google Assistant support. Here are new and notable gadgets we came across at this year's show. This gallery will be regularly updated throughout CES.
Behold the Epson EF-100W and EF-100B Smart Streaming Laser Projectors with Android TV. These portable projectors offer an image up to 150 inches in size. They also offer onboard Android TV for content streaming and come with a dedicated remote that has built-in Google Assistant voice search.
The Halo Touch smart lock from Kwikset uses a fingerprint scanner instead of a physical key. It also works with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa for voice commands. For example, "Hey, Google, lock the front door."
This advanced Wi-Fi 6 mesh router will provide top speeds of up to 574 megabits per second on the 2.4GHz band and 1,201Mbps on the 5GHz band. You can also control guest network and specific device access through Alexa and Google Assistant voice commands.
Nanoleaf plans to offer six-sided, hexagonal panels, plus new "unified" panels that'll let you mix and match shapes. Since the company's current LED panels support Google Assistant and Alexa, it's a good bet these will as well.
GE's new line of smart light switches require only a three-wire setup (no neutral). They also don't need a separate hub to work. The switches support voice commands you give Google Assistant and Alexa too.
The Harman Kardon Citation Oasis ($199) does pretty much everything you need from a smart alarm clock. Not only does it have an LED clock like the Amazon Dot, along with a built-in voice assistant (Google), but it also has wireless charging for your phone.