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Google introduces the cute and fabric-made Home Mini digital assistant

By Nestor Domingo Jr & Alvin Soon - on 5 Oct 2017, 1:16pm

Google introduces the cute and fabric-made Home Mini digital assistant

Google has just announced the Home Mini, a new and smaller version of their Home digital assistant and speaker device.

The tech giant has said the Home Mini is smaller than a doughnut and was made to fit into the home or even be placed anywhere.

The Home Mini is mostly covered with fabric, which is apparently a new material that Google made from scratch. The product supposed to be durable and soft, but it is also transparent enough for the sound to pass through. The microphone has far-field voice recognition that should recognize you even from a distance.

Home Mini has four LED lights that light up to respond to your voice. Plus you can also control the Mini through touching the fabric.

The Home Mini can project 360-degree sound with a 40mm driver, and it can connect to Chromecast speakers wirelessly for a more beefier sound. It supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections.

The Home Mini will come in three colors: coral, chalk, and charcoal. It will be sold at US$49, with pre-orders starting today and will ship on October 19th in all seven countries that Google Home is already available in.