Google Home Mini – Chalk

Compatible with smart devices; voice-activated; powered by the Google Assistant; get answers from Google; manage your everyday tasks

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Get hands-free help in any room with Google Home Mini Chalk. It’s powered by Google Assistant so you can ask it questions or tell it to do things. This Google Home chalk is your own personal Google. Just start with “Hey Google” to get answers from Google, tackle your day and enjoy music and entertainment. This Google Mini chalk will help you to control your smart home or entertain the family. And when you ask for help, it can tell your voice from others for a more personalized experience. Google Home Mini Chalk works on its own or you can have a few around the house, giving you the power of Google throughout your space.

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    bnjmnalan

    I have installed 7 of these throughout my home (counter top and ceiling mounted). I mainly use them to listen to music throughout the house as they can all be playing the same music at the same time. They are also just as easy to use as single room music if the rest of the family doesn’t want to hear it. Much cheaper and easier to install and use than a whole house music system. They sound good, but obviously aren’t large enough to provide extraordinary base. Besides the whole house music, the smart speakers’ features are fun and occasionally convenient. I purchased a Bond and now have voice control over 6 of my ceiling fans/light fixtures after installing remote transmitters in each. I added a Nest Thermostat E and have remote and voice control over that as well. I already had a Chromecast on both TV’s in the house and now have voice control over much of that content (pause, play, rewind so many seconds/minutes, stop, etc..).

    August 8, 2018
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    bnjmnalan

    I have installed 7 of these throughout my home (counter top and ceiling mounted). I mainly use them to listen to music throughout the house as they can all be playing the same music at the same time. They are also just as easy to use as single room music if the rest of the family doesn’t want to hear it. Much cheaper and easier to install and use than a whole house music system. They sound good, but obviously aren’t large enough to provide extraordinary base. Besides the whole house music, the smart speakers’ features are fun and occasionally convenient. I purchased a Bond and now have voice control over 6 of my ceiling fans/light fixtures after installing remote transmitters in each. I added a Nest Thermostat E and have remote and voice control over that as well. I already had a Chromecast on both TV’s in the house and now have voice control over much of that content (pause, play, rewind so many seconds/minutes, stop, etc..).

    August 8, 2018
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    copydoc

    Setup was easy but I don’t have Home nor chromecast nor 90% of the other connections this offers. So it’s a nice talking weather app that can also answer questions some of the time or play music from YouTube or google play. Won’t connect to my google work calendar which is what I was interested in most. Google device can’t connect to google calendar. SMH. Glad I got it free with an eBay promo or I’d sent it back by now.

    July 30, 2018
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    copydoc

    Setup was easy but I don’t have Home nor chromecast nor 90% of the other connections this offers. So it’s a nice talking weather app that can also answer questions some of the time or play music from YouTube or google play. Won’t connect to my google work calendar which is what I was interested in most. Google device can’t connect to google calendar. SMH. Glad I got it free with an eBay promo or I’d sent it back by now.

    July 30, 2018
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    xanther_47

    Excellent gadget, better than I’d hoped for. You can’t get Google Home devices officially in South Africa (due to our apparently bizarre accent AFAIK) so you can onoly get them via independent importers and then its prohibitively expensive. But I purchased and received these two (in Chalk and Charcoal) and they work brilliantly, I’ve even hooked them up to a few Sonoff switches and all works great. I’m still getting used to all the features but I already feel the extra convenience it adds to my day. Definitely recommend.

    April 5, 2018
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    xanther_47

    Excellent gadget, better than I’d hoped for. You can’t get Google Home devices officially in South Africa (due to our apparently bizarre accent AFAIK) so you can onoly get them via independent importers and then its prohibitively expensive. But I purchased and received these two (in Chalk and Charcoal) and they work brilliantly, I’ve even hooked them up to a few Sonoff switches and all works great. I’m still getting used to all the features but I already feel the extra convenience it adds to my day. Definitely recommend.

    April 5, 2018
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    cheetokid

    Google Home — they’re all the same, other than the size of the speaker — is a nice little gadget. NOTE: YOU HAVE TO HAVE WIFI TO USE IT!!! If you don’t, it won’t do you any good at all. It plays music with decent (no one would say “good”) sound. This is especially good if you have Google Play Music or Pandora, in which case you can tell it exactly the music you want to hear, or the kind of music (“Hey Google, play Chicago II”, or “Hey Google, play 70s slow dance music”). If you have Chrome TV, you can use voice commands to select programs on some channels, notably Netflix (no surprise, it doesn’t work with Amazon Prime). It will give you the current time or temperature, or the forecast, or tell you what traffic will be like on your route to work. You can tell it items to add to your shopping list, and check the items off on your phone at the store, as you put them into the buggy. It will tell you bad jokes — some so bad they’re pretty good. 🙂 It will play trivia (and I think other games) with you. It will sit practically anywhere (we have it on a high shelf, where we can’t really see it). It just needs to have its power cord plugged in, and be within hearing range. if you have more than one, you can network them together. The best use we’ve found for that so far is that we can send music from our phones to all of the units in the house, so we can listen as we go from room to room. I suspect there are other things — maybe a way to use them as an intercom; it seems like that ought to be possible, but we haven’t yet found a way. It’s not going to change your life, but it’s fun, and convenient to use, and has a couple of really nice features.

    February 13, 2018
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    cheetokid

    Google Home — they’re all the same, other than the size of the speaker — is a nice little gadget. NOTE: YOU HAVE TO HAVE WIFI TO USE IT!!! If you don’t, it won’t do you any good at all. It plays music with decent (no one would say “good”) sound. This is especially good if you have Google Play Music or Pandora, in which case you can tell it exactly the music you want to hear, or the kind of music (“Hey Google, play Chicago II”, or “Hey Google, play 70s slow dance music”). If you have Chrome TV, you can use voice commands to select programs on some channels, notably Netflix (no surprise, it doesn’t work with Amazon Prime). It will give you the current time or temperature, or the forecast, or tell you what traffic will be like on your route to work. You can tell it items to add to your shopping list, and check the items off on your phone at the store, as you put them into the buggy. It will tell you bad jokes — some so bad they’re pretty good. 🙂 It will play trivia (and I think other games) with you. It will sit practically anywhere (we have it on a high shelf, where we can’t really see it). It just needs to have its power cord plugged in, and be within hearing range. if you have more than one, you can network them together. The best use we’ve found for that so far is that we can send music from our phones to all of the units in the house, so we can listen as we go from room to room. I suspect there are other things — maybe a way to use them as an intercom; it seems like that ought to be possible, but we haven’t yet found a way. It’s not going to change your life, but it’s fun, and convenient to use, and has a couple of really nice features.

    February 13, 2018
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    mamassila

    I bought 1 for my spouse for Christmas but loved it so much I wanted my own! I have one on every floor of my house now! It answers the thousands of questions my kids ask all day that I have no clue the answers about! The speaker for music is amazing!!! My favorite feature is it rings my phone until I find it when I missplace it! You can make calls with it too!!!

    February 10, 2018
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    mamassila

    I bought 1 for my spouse for Christmas but loved it so much I wanted my own! I have one on every floor of my house now! It answers the thousands of questions my kids ask all day that I have no clue the answers about! The speaker for music is amazing!!! My favorite feature is it rings my phone until I find it when I missplace it! You can make calls with it too!!!

    February 10, 2018

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