New Delhi: As it pushes its next-gen lineup of Nest units, Google has determined to cease manufacturing the Google Home Max, its smart speaker designed with high-quality sound.
According to media reviews, the corporate will not manufacture the machine and that it has offered out previous few models on the Google Store.
Existing customers will nonetheless see assist for the foreseeable future, and there aren’t any plans to finish assist for this or the unique Google Home, reviews Engadget.
“Existing Google Home Max users should not worry as they won’t see any change in their service,” the corporate mentioned.
“We will continue to offer software updates and security fixes to Google Home Max devices. We are committed to delivering great sound and whole-home audio features across all of our Assistant-enabled products”.
The Home Max was launched in 2017 as Google’s top-tier speaker for $399, with the large subwoofers.
The Home Max has a pair of 114mm subwoofers and 18mm tweeters, whereas a single Nest Audio has a 75mm woofer and a 19mm tweeter.
The Google Home Max continues to be in inventory at choose shops, together with Verizon and BuyDig within the US.