The voice command is getting popularity and becoming the essential part of every smart gadget. As, people wanted more smart worked oriented gadgets with minimal hard work, so Bose smart speakers and soundbars are with Google Assistant. The company launched smart speakers and voice-controlled soundbars last year, with promised to support for other voice assistants besides Alexa .Now, it makes good on that promise. Bose says starting in the U.S; an automatic software update will bring Google Assistant to all existing smart speakers and soundbars.
Well, the next update will fundamentally important in the new Bose Home Speakers models. These include 300 and current 500, as well as the Bose Soundbar 500 and 700, into a Google Home.
Bose Smart Speakers and SoundBars with Google Assistant
Like the recent Sonos launch, these Bose devices already feature Amazon Alexa built-in and support for Apple’s AirPlay 2. According to the company, following an automatic software update, Google Assistant will be available on another surface in the home that users might already own.
The Home Speakers 300 is small version of 500, which is also announced by the company. It has 2 pounds weight and 6” tall x 5.6” wide x 4” deep. Besides that, speakers allow 360-degree sounds, but drop the display and are more oval in shape. It retails for $260 and have voice control, search and more via Alexa or Google Assistant.
On the other hand, the Bose Home Speaker 500 costs $400 and is unique for featuring “wall-to-wall stereo sound”. These speakers are with two custom drivers that point in opposite directions to bounce sound off walls. This device has a small LCD screen that displays the current cover art, while the top surface houses touch controls with preset buttons. Alongside these models, the other known models are 31-inch Soundbar 500 is $549.95 and the 38-inch Soundbar 700 is $799.95.