Exclusive: Upcoming Google Home Max update reduces latency by 93%. Here’s why that matters

May 9, 2018 Bryan Clark


In February this year, we called Google Home Max the best smart speaker for the money, period. Our position hasn’t wavered. For around $400, the speaker is the best combination of elements in its price range. It lacks the audiophile-quality sound of Sonos, and the form factor of the HomePod, but for all intents and purposes, it’s the best combination of both on the market. But we had one rather specific gripe. From our review: Options, though, are plentiful. And my one complaint about Home Max is that a speaker of this size can’t serve double duty as a sound…

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