Google’s new Nest display wants to watch you while you sleep

Google has announced a sequel to the Nest Hub (formerly the Google Home Hub): the “second-generation” Nest Hub. It looks exactly like the existing Nest Hub—with the same design and 7-inch display—but with better sound and a few extra sensors. The headline feature is the inclusion of Google’s Soli Radar technology, which enables air gestures and sleep tracking.

Like the other second-gen Nest Audio speakers, the Nest Hub 2 has better sound. “The new Nest Hub’s speaker is based on the same audio technology as Nest Audio,” Google’s blog post says, “and has 50 percent more bass than the original Hub.” Also like the second-gen speaker hardware, the new Hub comes with “a dedicated on-device machine-learning chip which moves some Assistant experiences from our data centers directly onto the device, so responses to common commands become faster over time.” Google notes that the on-device ML is available in the US only.

Not creepy at all source

The Big Boss and Dictator of The Cult of the Crispy Geek

Leave a Reply