In the past year, I trusted him a lot Google’s Nest Hub Max in the kitchen. This smart 10-inch display helped me remember important ingredients while I was cooking, and entertained me with music while I waited for the water to boil. I loved so much my time with him that when Google unveiled a new version of their 7-inch Nest Hub, I was excited to see if bringing it into my room could even improve my sleep.
Sleep Sensing is Google’s new hottest feature smart display. As the name suggests, it can monitor your sleep — without the need for a camera — and offer suggestions for improving sleep quality. I love pulling mine manta pisata above me and relaxing for the night, but sleep doesn’t always come easily. I pull and turn, and my allergies block my nose from breathing normally, and my mind remembers a bleak memory of years past.
After more than a month with the second-generation Nest Hub on my bedside table, I can’t say I slept better, but she has it enlightened me through a few sleep habits I didn’t know existed.
Very much the same
The new Nest Hub can do everything its predecessor could do. That includes playing movies and music, guiding you through recipes, cycling for your photos, controlling smart home devices, and answering all your Google Search queries. There isn’t much news in this department, except for the various updates related to the typically Google Assistant. run in a year.
Visually, you will notice almost no difference. It comes in several new colors, such as “fog,” a pale blue, and Google says it’s made from 54 percent recycled plastic. If you’ve tried other Google smart displays, you know exactly what you’re up to.
The first Nest Hub, originally called the Google Home Hub, he did not have a camera, nor the new one; I like that. I never use the video chat feature on my Nest Hub Max, although it can be useful if you already use Duo, Google’s default video chat app on Android phones. But considering this Nest Hub is meant for the bedroom, one of the most private places in the house, I’m glad the camera didn’t show up.
There are now three remote field microphones instead of two, and I had no problem with it getting my commands. The speaker has also been slightly improved, and for anything that sits on the bedside table, it’s pretty cool! But it won’t be my first choice for DJing a party.
The 7-inch screen itself is no different, and unfortunately, performance hasn’t improved much on the first-generation model. It always takes a second or two to activate actions after touching the screen. This is also a problem with the larger Nest Hub Max. They are all a bit laggy. It’s still as compact as ever though. It should easily fit on most bedside tables with space for other items such as your phone and a glass of water.