This week audio hardware manufacturer Bose is rolling out support for Google Assistant to all its existing smart speakers and soundbars. This includes the Home Speaker 500, Soundbar 500 and Soundbar 700 as well as the newly announced Home Speaker 300 introduced this week. The the number in the title suggests the Home Speaker 300 is a smaller version of the Home Speaker 500 Bose launched last August.
Preorders for the Bose Home Speaker 300 will begin on June 4th, 2019 with the smart speaker supporting both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. “Measuring just over 6” tall, the Bose Home Speaker 300 delivers room-rocking bass and 360° lifelike sound in a space-saving size. Built-in voice assistants, like the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, give you instant access to your favorite music and more — hands free. The Bose Home Speaker 300 is the newest addition to the Bose family of smart speakers and soundbars. They all work together, so you can add more over time to enjoy more music in more rooms. Turn it up and feel the difference.”
For more details on pre-ordering options jump over to the official Bose website. The Home Speaker 300 will be priced at $260 a considerable $140 more affordable than the larger Bose Home Speaker 500.
Source: BoseFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News