Since it first launched, Google has always been our trusted internet friend for everything that we need. Right from searching for information for a school or college project, to finding a job, Google has helped us with everything. But in the past, Google has mainly been limited to a computer or phone screen and has been highly depended on an internet connection. But what about the times when we don’t have a device in front of us to give us the information that we need. What about the times that we are in the middle of a task and need a quick look at Google to help us do it better, but don’t have a computer in front of you? Well, Google Home was the answer.
Google Home is a device that functions similar to Alexa or Siri. It is a voice controlled AI Box that gives you all the information that you need through Audio. The company Launched Google Home in 2016 and soon took the market by storm. People were lining up to get this new trusty home assistant that they could now depend on, which was far different from the kinds that you get on the screen. With some of the best technology implemented, Google was ready to take on the market.
However, this was not the first time that a product of this kind was entering the market. The Amazon Echo was a similar product that functioned in almost every way identical to the Google Home, except for one thing. It has Google. Products like the Echo don’t have a search engine function embedded into them, which makes finding the right things on the internet a lot harder. It can’t give you all the answers as the Google Home does, and is relatively limited in its applicability.
This year, Google decided to give the Google Home and upgrade by making it even better than what it was before. The new feature is one which allows users to ask the Google Home questions simultaneously, and subsequently answers each one of them. For example, you could ask your Google Home, “Hey Google, what time is it, and can you tell me when the next season of Game of Thrones is out” and the device will give you the answers to both of them. Traditionally, tools like this could only perform one operation at a time and give you an answer to only one question. However, this technology now enables the user’s to multitask in a much more efficient manner and makes the product truly unlike, and unlike anything that is currently being sold in the market.
The multitasking option that this handy little device offers can be varied and be as different as you want it to be. Both the tasks that you ask the device to perform need not be the same as one another, of related in any way. They can be obscure, and the Google Home will be able to perform it with absolute ease and without bugging out.
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