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Google Home Max is the biggest speaker in Google's family of smart speakers.
The speaker features six onboard microphones for far-field voice control.
When the speaker is placed horizontally, it uses its left and right side to act as a stereo speaker.
Here's the Google Home Max (right) pictured alongside the original Google Home (left) and the Google Home Mini.
Google reports that the Max speaker should be able to hear "OK Google" commands, even when it's playing music at a high volume.
The speaker can also be grouped with other Google Home and Chromecast audio devices.
Ports on the speaker include USB-C (for separate Ethernet and digital audio dongles) and a 3.5 mm auxiliary jack.
The speaker can also pair over Bluetooth.
It sells for $399 in the US. That price roughly converts to £300 for the UK and AU$530 in Australia.
Click through for screenshots of the Google Home Max from it's announcement in October.
It's supposed to be more than 20x louder than the Google Home.