To call Google’s I/O 2022 developer conference eventful might be the understatement of the century, as evidenced by this lovely official blog post featuring 100, count’em, 100 new things announced earlier this month by the fast-growing smartphone maker, ambitious smartwatch seller, recurring tablet maker, and leading mobile OS architect.
Despite that incredibly long list of multiple devices and software features not yet ready for primetime, some of which are mentioned more than once to ensure maximum exposure and pre-release buzz, smart home enthusiasts are finding an almost complete lack of exciting news to share. report. on Nest’s development front.
Released in 2021 and 2019 respectively, these Google Assistant-powered bad guys with 7- and 10-inch touchscreens can be so much more attractive when sold at special prices.
That’s now the case with many major US retailers, and based on terms and conditions published on Google’s official US e-store, this new promotion will run until May 30.
Normally priced at $99.99 and $229, the second-generation Nest Hub and the Google Home Max-next Nest Hub Max are currently available for $64.99 and $179, respectively. In the spirit of full disclosure, we must point out that both devices have actually been cheaper once or twice in the semi-recent past, but not by much.
In other words, these aren’t record-breaking discounts you’re looking at here, but they’re pretty close, clearly beating the… $0 Amazon is currently able to drop the $249.99 list price of the third-generation Echo Show 10 and even the $30 off the $129.99 MSRP of the second-generation Echo Show 8.