Published: Fri, September 01, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Joan Schultz

Google Assistant coming to more speakers and appliances

Google Assistant coming to more speakers and appliances

All three of these upcoming home speakers will be powered by Google Assistant. They also all support multi-room audio and can be paired to Google Homes and Chromecast.

Google's announcement states more speakers will be revealed in the coming days, with availability not expected until later this year in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, and France. More or that later.

Google is also at IFA 2017 and is announcing an updated presence of its Google Assistant. Unlike the Zolo Mojo and the TicHome, the Panasonic GA10 will actually be released in early 2018.

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Inside this speaker you'll find two 20mm tweeters paired with an 8cm woofer to round out the base. And Microsoft announced it's teaming up with Harman Kardon on a smart speaker that uses Cortana. It' a reliable appliance most households will find useful because it can cut grass on its own so you don't have to drive a lawnmower and spend a lot of time doing the chore. It'll work with a Panasonic Music Control app, too.

With this amount of options, it feels like Panasonic is targeting the Sonos crowd more so than those who are after a no-frills smart speaker.

Panasonic's device also has a vastly different look to Google Home, which Wired previously likened to an air freshener.

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The move will mark the electronics maker's entry into the smart speaker market. The speaker fires down, onto whatever table you've placed it on. On the top of the device you've got buttons for cycling through the various inputs, which include Bluetooth and a 3.5mm aux input.

The companies aren't just interested in selling speakers.

It's squatter than a Google Home though, with a 11cm diameter, slightly wider. Amazon has made it a point to integrate its digital helper into whatever device or platform it can, and has allowed it to exist on speakers beyond its popular Echo series already. Google is pushing hard to compete with Amazon in the virtual assistant game and bringing the service to third parties may very well pay off. They're competing to becoming the primary voice operating system, and want to see their assistants in other devices like cars, thermostats and other products.

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