Heads up, deal hunters: If you’ve been thinking about getting a smart display, but don’t want to pay full price, this is your opportunity.
For this weekend only, you can snag the Google Home Hub from the PCMag Shop for just $79.99. Released in October, Home Hub normally sells for $149. Earlier this month, it dropped to $99.95 on eBay, but this limited-time PCMag Shop deal beats that by almost $20.
Featuring a 7-inch 1,024-by-600-resolution touch screen, the Google Assistant-powered smart display is a handy addition to your kitchen, bedroom, or office. Placed on a nightstand, it can serve as an alarm clock and digital photo frame. It doesn’t have a camera, so you can feel comfortable putting it in your bedroom.
Or, put it on your kitchen counter to display recipes; pull up YouTube how-to videos; and play music from Spotify, Pandora, or iHeartRadio while you cook.
Google Assistant can help you keep track of your to-dos, meetings, and other events on your calendar, and answer questions about the weather, sports, your commute, and more. It also lets you control more than 5,000 smart home gadgets with your voice.
Home Hub earned a “good” rating in PCMag’s review and praise for its already affordable price, “small, simple design,” “useful touch screen,” and more.
“Google Home Hub is a capable and economical alternative for anyone looking for a simple voice assistant that triples as a capable alarm clock and a Google Photos picture frame,” we wrote.
Interested? Head over to the PCMag Shop and grab a Home Hub for just $79.99 before the price goes back up on Sunday evening.