Google Home is the American tech giant’s smart speaker range comes in three different models.
The smallest and most affordable version of the hardware is the Google Home Mini.
While the product does sacrifice audio quality in exchange for its minute size, the Home Mini does come with the same Assistant functionality as its more premium brothers.
The standard Google Home offers better audio quality while the Google Home Max certainly offers the best sound experience for fans.
The Google Home Max launched in the UK last year for £399 and has rarely had its retail cost cut.
However, AO.com is providing a £20 discount off the speaker when users enter the code “MAX20” at checkout, making the hardware £379.
We were fans of the Google Home Hub at Express.co.uk, awarding it four out of five stars in our full review.
Technology Editor David Snelling said: “The Home Max is a good looking and great sounding smart speaker that will bring plenty of features to your home.
“With it offering 20 times the power of the standard Google Home there’s no question the Max will have your neighbours hearing every note.
“It’s also a great device if you want plenty of bass and the fact it has Bluetooth built-in means it has a definite advantage over some of its rivals.
“Google’s incredible knowledge also helps make this the most intelligent speaker you can buy.”
The new deal comes as the Mountain View firm has released a new “interpreter mode” for its smart devices that promises to translate speech from one language to another.
The new mode can be activated by saying “Hey Google, be my French interpreter” for instance.
After the tool has been enabled, words spoken will then be translated into another selected dialect.
The new feature currently supports 26 languages in total.
Discussing interpreter mode, Google said: “Speaking a different language no longer has to be a barrier to having a good conversation.
“With Interpreter Mode, a new feature rolling out over the next few weeks on Google Home devices and Smart Displays, you can ask the Google Assistant to help you have a conversation in dozens of languages.”
It is worth noting Google is also discounting its recently-released smart display, the Google Home Hub, on its online store, too.
As part of the firm’s Valentine’s Day sale, the hardware is currently £30 off, meaning it costs just £109.
Google is also giving customers that purchase a Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL a £150 voucher to spend on its online store.
Such credit could be used to purchase a Google Home Mini, standard Google Home or a Chromecast.
The smaller Google Pixel 3 is priced from £739 while the Pixel 3 XL comes with a starting price of £869.
This article contains affiliate links, which means we may receive a commission on any sales of products or services we write about.
This article was written completely independently, see more details here.