Google has made a big push into hardware and connected home products, and the company’s new hardware hardware division will be a big part of that.
The company’s latest hardware announcements include a new Chromecast, a Bluetooth speaker, and a “new-generation” Google Home speaker.
The hardware division was created specifically to create devices that can act as a hub for home automation and connected appliances.
The Chromecast was announced at Google I/O and is a speaker that you can plug into your wall.
It works with Google Home, Google’s AI assistant, as well as your Android phone or tablet.
The Google Home speakers can also connect to other connected devices and be controlled via a Google app or Chromecast.
The Bluetooth speaker will work with Google’s voice recognition technology.
And, finally, the new Google Home Speaker will allow users to use their home as a speaker-based home theater system.
Google’s new Chromecasts are available starting today, and are available for pre-order now.
You can get a Chromecast for $35, which is the same price as the Amazon Echo Dot.
The new Google speaker will cost $99.99, which includes an 18-inch display.
It will be available in two sizes: 5.1-inch and 6.1 inches.
Google Home will also be available for $49.99.
You’ll be able to get a new Google Assistant-powered Google Home Mini for $69.99 that includes a 12-inch screen, a wireless remote, and two USB-C ports.
Google is also expanding the list of products you can control through its new Google Homes Hub service, which will allow you to control your Google Home device through Alexa and Google Assistant.
There’s no word yet on when that service will launch, but Google says it will be out in the fall.