Google previously stated it would continue to support the Home Max with software updates, however if you dont want to take the businesss word, theres an auxiliary port on the back. Whenever the Home Max stops working as a wise speaker, youll still have the ability to plug in other gadgets for playback.
Google verified earlier this month that it discontinued the large House Max clever speaker. The company now recommends people purchase 2 Nest Audio speakers and link them in stereo mode for a comparable experience, however if you still desire the real deal, Google has now restocked the Home Max for potentially the last time.
The Google Store page for the Home Max still states the speaker is “offered out,” but you can add it to your cart for $179. Just the Charcoal color appears to be offered, not the Chalk version. Thats not the cheapest the speakers have actually ever been (the Home Max was $150 during Black Friday), but $179 is still a sensible cost for the sound quality and volume available.