- Mike Prospero, Tom's Guide
Delivering powerful, booming audio, Google’s newest smart speaker is large and in charge.
- Nathan Ingraham, Engadget
No other smart speaker sounds this good.
|Size||33.5 x 18.8 x 15.2 cm (13.2 x 7.4 x 6 in)|
Whether it's just for background music while I work or listening to podcasts, the Home Max has woven itself into my life in a way no other Home products have.Read full review
For the money, Home Max is easily best in class. It doesn’t sound quite as good as the Sonos One (but it’s close, real close); and it’s not as small as Apple’s HomePod; but when measuring features against price it’s still the superior option.
The Home Max is easy to recommend to someone who wants a stellar speaker that works with Google's ecosystem and is integrated into a myriad of home automation systems compatible with Google Assistant.Read full review
Google Home Max offers maximum sound, but it also has a maxed-out size and price tag. If you're tied to Google's ecosystem - not Amazon Alexa - and want premium sound, however, then it's a potentially perfect fit.
If your space is in need of some more sound, there are plenty of speakers that could fit the bill. But Google’s latest creation is among the smartest around for the price and its clever design sets it above the competitors.
After living with the Google Home Max for over two weeks, I never want to let it go. I'm hooked on the Google Assistant and I'm hooked on having high-quality sound. The Home Max is life-changing, and absolutely worth its eye-popping $400 price tag.
The Google Home Max is the best-sounding smart speaker you can purchase right now. It has all the same Assistant capabilities as the smaller members of the Home family, but the audio quality is fantastic.Read full review
I was very impressed with the Google Home Max. It delivers booming audio, lets you connect it to your TV, and can control your smart home devices via Google Assistant.Read full review
People who feel like they’re missing something like the Max in their home will enjoy it. It’s well designed and performs admirably at what it was built to do.Read full review
it’s a solid offering. Google Assistant is tough to beat and the hardware mostly stands on its own. It’s not the most stellar piece of audio equipment at its price point, but Google’s engineered something that works right out of the box.Read full review
No questions for the moment.