expired Google Home Hub $175.20, Google Home Max $439.20 C&C (Or + Delivery) @ The Good Guys eBay

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Greetings everyone, Google Home Hub has now been listed on the TGG ebay, turning it into a great price!

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Help streamline your life and stay in control of your schedule with this Google Home Hub. Using Voice Match, you can access your calendar, commute, general reminders and even make Duo voice calls(1) straight from the home screen. The Home Hub works with more than 100 smart devices across 50 different brands, meaning you can voice control a wide range of compatible lights, cameras and TVs from the one device. If you're feeling curious, ask the Google Home Hub a question and it will respond, or play helpful videos for you from YouTube. On top of that, you can use your voice to request any picture you've ever taken in Google photos. (1) Requires internet connection and Google Account. Call recipient must have Google Duo app installed. Data charges may apply.


Google Home Max Charcoal $439.20. Chalk Also

Google Home Max delivers amazing sound from a voice-activated speaker. Google Assistant is built-in so you can ask questions, control your compatible smart home appliances, and with built-in Chromecast as well you can also play music - all just by saying "Ok Google" followed by your request - to get started all you need is a compatible device and internet connection. It'll tell you the time, the latest weather and news headlines, play music, provide quick number calculations, word or phrase translations, set your alarm, and give you facts and info you're curious about with the power of Google Search. You can even check the footy score. The Google Home Max GA00222-AU is made for music. It has advanced hardware with dual 4.5-inch woofers and two tweeters for crystal clear highs. The Google Home Maxx can also analyse, tune and update itself automatically. You can also connect to some of your favourite music subscription apps like Spotify, TuneIn or Youtube music to stream your favourite songs over Wi-Fi. Pair the Google Home Max with your Google Home, Google Home Mini or any other speaker with Chromecast for multi-room audio. Find your favourite tunes with your voice with the Google Home Max.


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  •  

    i just want to play sound from youtube video on my google mini

    it's ridiculous that can't be done

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      Google don't really like people using YouTube that way. It's one of the reasons why they started YouTube Red. Hopefully that'll include Google mini streaming some day if it doesn't already.

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        You can stream to a mini. It just sounds like trash.

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          You can stream YouTube specifically?

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            @Clear: I don't think you can say "Okay Google, play dickbutt from YouTube" …

            But you could always stream your phone/laptop/pc audio to the mini then play your video from that device.

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              @AusAech: That's what we're talking about - saying Ok Google play X from YouTube.

              You can easily stream from other sources and services like Spotify already.

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              @AusAech: You most def can say "hey google play x on youtube" and it will play the audio if you haven't configured a default video device for it in the home app. I do it in the bathroom all the time.

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            @Clear: I thought you were talking about YT Red, sorry :)

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      it's ridiculous that can't be done

      What were you expecting from an advertising business that operates a website that features videos with ads?

    • +4 votes

      mine will play music from youtube and stream video to the tv via chromecast so it is possible.

      Edit* I have googleplay music so youtube red as well, that might be why it works.

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    bought, thanks op

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    Pretty sure my Google Home plays songs from Youtube.
    Edit: sorry, was meant to reply to this comment

    • -1 vote

      I believe you need a subscription just to play music from youtube onto the home device. Its almost useless when the free subscription runs out and having to pay monthly just to listen to music from youtube is stupid.

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    Home hub and home max what's the difference obviously price but what do you get or what does max do that hub don't

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      Hub has a tablet attached and is used to display things on a dashboard.

      Max is effectively a powerful speaker with google home built in.

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      One is a 7" tablet, and the other is a giant speaker. You can do the same thing on both, hub just has visuals, and a chromecast built in so you can stream to it like you would control a chromecast connected to a tv.

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      Max takes up more space and is basically a HiFi replacement. Hub is smaller, has a screen and is basically a Google Home but with a screen

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    I want an above average speaker which I can:
    - cast audio from my android phones to it
    - play audio part of the Netflix movies that my ChromeCast is playing on my TV.

    What should be the best option for me? (the smart feature of GG Home / Amazon Alexa seems not quite important to me).
    Thanks!

  •  

    The eye of the pyramid is watching and listening everyone… 24/7
    Especially now with all of those voice assistants

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    I'm keen on the Hub but I feel like I could find a better price sooner like how Google Home went after its release. Pretty good deal for "new tech" though.

  • +3 votes

    Man….am I the only one that looks at these Google products and think….'NO WAY IN HELL, IN MY HOUSE'.

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      Do you have a modern phone? It's the Wild West, for sure, but it's a lot of fun to be a the (b)leading edge.

      • -2 votes

        Think the difference is that you can lock down a phone to not be constantly listening to you, where as the entire functionality of Google Home is based on it constantly listening to you… isn't it? Haven't/wouldn't use anything with this level of privacy intrusion, based on my understanding.

    • +2 votes

      Some people have different tolerances for privacy. You could always run a packet sniffer if you think it's sending off information that it shouldn't. But all the information that Google does legitimately collect from you can be viewed and deleted with their tools.

    • +2 votes

      I just look at it a device that changes the user's behavior so they lose money. I'm not into losing money unconsciously.

      Of course many people irrationally believe marketing doesn't effect them and that every decision they make is rational despite billions of dollars worth of studies saying otherwise. So in that case, yeah, seems great.

    • -4 votes

      Yeah, besides all of the creep, it's a poorly secured product, already has vulnerabilities they're trying to keep quiet about: https://www.reddit.com/r/privacy/comments/9svup4/jerry_gambl...

      • +3 votes

        Did you even read the article? It's an API you can access from the local network.

        Wow you can reboot the device from another device on the same network using a feature Google implemented purposely. What a security flaw /s

  • +1 vote

    I was dead set on getting this and then looked into some of the alternatives (staying on the Google ecosystem) because I'm thinking the Home Hub might be a tiny bit too small.

    It looks really stylish but the screen is pretty small - although, that may suit people if they don't want a big screen attracting attention.
    When compared to the alternatives, the Lenovo Smart Display and JBL Link, it's meant to be like going from a phone to a tablet in size.

    Neither of the latter look as nice as the Hub in my opinion (especially the JBL which looks a bit gawdy to me) but definitely some food for thought.

    Although, they're way more expensive than the Hub, they're meant to have much better sound and obviously a bigger screen (the JBL is meant to be glossy and has great viewing angles).

    If only they made the Home Hub in a 9" or 10" version as well.

    There'll no doubt be a Home Hub Max in 6 months! :/

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      The home hub is a good size for the bedroom. Probably a little small for kitchen if you want to watch recipe videos on it or similar.

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    Thanks mate. 👍🏻

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    Has anyone had experience with click and collect? If I grab one today, would I be able to pick it up tomorrow?

  • +2 votes

    Recently returned 2 Google Max's. Crap sound for the price. Buy a good speaker and attach a Chromecast Audio as described above.

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    I keep getting the following error:
    "This code can't be applied to your order."

    Anyone else getting this?

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      After chatting to an eBay fella, it seems as that my account was created on ebay.com, so it is actually a US account. He is going to change it to an AU account.

      This promo is only for AU accounts.

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    Bugger, bought the Hub for $197 a week ago 😭

  • +1 vote

    Apparently this isn't the best device when it comes to security. See here.

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    Cheers OP. Just collected another Home Hub (and a Weber Family Q).

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    Has anyone experience in running/controlling spotify on this? I got a spotify subscription and was wondering if you get the full spotify ui (playlist selection, search, etc) on the google hub?

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    Can we price match and beat 5% at Officeworks with this?

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    Does this have the feature the Pixel 3s have where you set it on a stand next to your bed and it lights up to wake you up sunrise style? If so, I'm sold.

    • +1 vote

      From what I read, no. Not yet anyway.
      I also hope they implement this feature into Home Hub.

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        Yeah did a little bit of research and couldn't see any mention of it. I'll need that to get me over the line.