Alternative products to Apple HomePod

11 alternative and related products to Apple HomePod

Apple HomePod

The new home entertainment system by Apple

11 Alternatives to Apple HomePod

Google's Alexa competitor, an in-home voice assistant

Google Home is your home assistant, controlled by your voice. You can ask whatever is on your mind from playing some music, or just a curious question to some hands-free shopping. It will be glad to assist you and your needs. It comes in three different sizes and four colors to match your interior and pairs with your smart home.

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Kunal Bhatia
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
@brianroemmele thinks Voice First gifts will be in the top 5 Mother's Day gifts: https://twitter.com/BrianRoemmel... You can see that Target ad for some other ideas.
Jack Dweck
Jack Dweck- Product Manager at Unroll.Me
I know you already have a Google Home, but I'm adding it here for others. :) Most smart home gadgets can now be controlled by voice using an Amazon Echo or Google Home. For example, to control your Philips Hue lightbulbs, you can say "Hey Google, turn on the lights". Although the Echo has more integrations than Google Home does, I find that Google Assistan… See more
Kevin Lou
Kevin Lou- Founder, Anytable 🍜
It also doesn't hurt that it looks great! The Google Home is as visible or invisible as you want it to be.
26 Alternatives to Google Home

Echo Show is a new take of a smart speaker, it gives you everything that Alexa had to offer but now with a big benefit - it comes with a display! Now Alexa can show you things. You can make video calls, read, watch videos and so many more things that upgrade your quality of life!

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Reviewed.com Smarthome
The Echo Show is the first of Amazon's Alexa-enabled devices to feature a screen, and to be honest, it's pretty darn cool. While the Show may be the most expensive* of the Echo lineup, ringing in at $229.99, it includes a slew of features and skills you can't get from the other Echo devices, thanks to the 7-inch touchscreen and camera.
The Telegraph
It wasn't supposed to be like this. The beauty - indeed, the whole point - of Amazon's Echo is that it doesn't have a screen. Alexa, the Echo's voice-controlled assistant, was the antidote to our screen-addled lives, allowing us to speak a command and have it done, instead of poking around in menus and apps.
The Ambient
Amazon has been gently expanding its lineup of its smart speakers and the Amazon Echo Show, with its 7-inch display, is the first Echo device to boast a screen. Because it has a display, the Amazon Echo Show can do things the other Echo devices can't.
4 Alternatives to Echo Show

A self-contained, Alexa-connected speaker from Sonos

The Sonos One is Sonos's newest speaker, with Alexa integration and a powerful speaker for any home.

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The Verge
Sonos has a message for the Amazon Echos, Google Homes, and Apple HomePods of the world: not so fast. In an attempt to fend off the growing competition from companies trying to invade (and make smarter) its specialty of multi-room audio, today Sonos revealed an updated speaker, the Sonos One, with far-field microphones that allow it to work with digital assi… See more
TechCrunch
THe Sonos One is a new speaker designed from the ground-up for voice interaction via Alexa. The speaker is similar to the current home speakers Sonos sells but six internal microphones allow you to speak to the spaker without extra voice control hardware.
10 Alternatives to Sonos One
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