New In: Google Just Released Its Most Advanced Smart Home Technology

Technology is def something we could not live without these days. Still, we did not know we need it so much before it came out, right? Now we’re like “what were we doing before Instagram?”, and then you remember how kids used to spend their childhood years riding bikes instead of posting pictures on social media. Same happens with Google: its newest product lunch is no exception to the rule!  Meet the Google Nest Hub Max, a big help for your busy home. And no, you did not know you need this, but you’ll see why you actually do. Especially if you’re a Mom of two or more, a husband, a dog, and a CEO to your house.

Realmomster Google Nest Hub Max Smart Home
Photo via Google

 

Realmomster Google Nest Hub Max Smart Home
Photo via Google

It may sound like the upgrade to last year’s ultimate kitchen assistant, the Google Home Hub, but this time around with a built-in camera, that will recognise people’s faces within a home and associate them with specific personalised information – such as calendar appointments or video messages. For those who want to keep an eye on their homes while they’re away, the built-in camera live feed with motion alerts is the perfect guardian friend. Moreover, you can also video chat with anyone you want to by simply commanding “Hey Google, call my wife”, and the best part is that the camera has auto-framing, and it moves along with your body, so that even though you might face time while cooking or cleaning the house or picking up the kids from the floor, you are always on the screen.

Oh my God, why did this ultimate hack for hands-full moms come out just now?!

You can personalise your home screen and have Google as your personal assistant – reminding you of events, reminders, commute times and more. You can also leave reminders for your husband to buy milk from the store, or for your kids to not miss their ballet classes. (Or maybe that’s for yourself as well?)

Um, one more thing that I really love? It also acts as a digital photo frame, that I would honestly use 24/7 so as to have a slideshow of pictures with my son play all day and night. Yes, it’s hard to not be obsessed with your child if you only have one. #DontJudge.

The new device also comes with an option to watch Youtube TV and is nor for sale for $229, available in chalk and charcoal. BRB, adding to cart.

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