A new wireless router is here.
The $199 Google Home is getting an upgrade from the original version, which had no Wi-Fi capabilities, but does have an integrated speaker.
It’s also got Bluetooth 4.0, so you can hook up your Android phone, or even a computer.
But the Google Home 3.0 was the first Google Home to have a Wi-fi port.
The company announced the upgrade at Google I/O this week, saying that it will be available for $199, plus $10 in shipping and installation fees.
Google Home comes with the same basic features as the original Google Home: a built-in speaker, a microphone, a keyboard, and a Wi:link-powered speaker with the ability to connect to your home network and play music.
The Google Home 2.0 also had Wi-mode support, but the original Home had no speaker, and the Google Assistant couldn’t recognize it as a speaker.
This new version of the Google Nest will have Wi-band support, allowing it to communicate with other Nest thermostats and appliances, and it’ll also have built-off-the-shelf components, so it won’t cost much more than the original.
But if you have a router that doesn’t support Wi-Band, you’ll need to buy a separate adapter.
This is where the new Google Home could make a difference.
The older Google Home can’t connect to any other Nest products, and that means you have to buy another Wi-Link-enabled device to get Wi-bound, meaning it’ll only work with your existing Nest device.
The new Google Nest can actually work with other products, thanks to a special feature called HomeKit.
This makes it easy to use the Nest’s Wi-Hub remote to control other devices connected to your Wi-Nest, and also makes it possible to pair the Nest with other Google devices and apps.
This includes voice search, calendar, and other apps.
You’ll still need a separate Google Home 4.x to use this feature, however, so if you don’t have a compatible device, you can buy a standalone Google Home.