Today’s tech news: Bose smallest smart speaker with Google Assistant support


Bose today reported its new Home Speaker 300, a two-pound keen speaker that estimates a little more than six inches tall and conveys “amazing bass and genuine 360-degree sound.” The aluminum-clad Home Speaker 300 is evaluated at $259.95, so you’d trust in first rate sound execution for that sort of cash. This most recent speaker can interface up with Bose’s other savvy speakers and sound bars for a multi room music framework.

The Home Speaker 300 is unmistakably styled after the bigger $399.95 Home Speaker 500, yet scaling back implied disposing of the LCD that indicates collection work of art. It has a similar playback controls on top, alongside a few preset catches that can rapidly pull up your preferred playlist or web radio station. Besides mentioning music with voice directions by means of the implicit mouthpiece, the Home Speaker 300 likewise underpins AirPlay 2 and can go about as a standard Bluetooth speaker. A slight LED strip on the front tells you when the mic is actuated. Regardless of its little impression, the Home Speaker 300 must be connected for power, as tragically there’s no worked in battery for remote tuning in.

The new speaker, Bose is today conveying Google Assistant to its current Home Speaker 500, Sound bar 700, and Sound bar 500. Pre-orders for the Bose Home Speaker 300 begin June 4th, and it’ll be accessible in stores as of June 20th. When you introduce the most recent Bose Music application update, you’ll have the option to choose Google Assistant as your favored voice right hand rather than Alexa, which these speakers support out of the case.

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