On Monday, Google has introduced its very first smart display. It is the Google Nest Hub in India for Rs 9,999.
The Google Nest Hub is now available in Chalk and Charcoal color variant.
Today, the offer will also start in Flipkart and brick-and-mortar stores. All of these comprises Tata CliQ, Croma, and Reliance Digital.
The California-based tech giant has collaborated with Xiaomi. It is to bring its Nest Hub smart display, which was previously called the Google Home Hub, in India.
Now, the business is selling the Xiaomi’s Mi Security Camera worth Rs 1,799 for free.
The offer is running for a definite time only.
Interested clients can head over to Flipkart and Tata CliQ to benefit this limited time offer.
In addition to Xiaomi, Google has also aligned with Gaana to bring an entire list of music for free to its Nest Hub users.
The Google Nest Hub, which goes with a 7-inch display, is intended to control over 200 million devices from over 3,500 brands.
It contains the similar of Xiaomi, Syska, Oakter, LG, Yeelight, Philips, and tp-link among others.
Other Uses of The Google Nest Hub
The Google Nest hub can also be used for entertainment, getting recipes, and getting news updates.
The newly introduced Nest Hub, which first made a debut the previous year, can access music from YouTube Music, Saavn, Spotify and Wynk Music.
Sourcing of food recipes from NDTV Food, Archana’s Kitch, and TarlaDalal.com among others can also be made.
According to news reports, you can check out further news from popular sources which includes India Today, NDTV, and Zoom among others.
You can also customize your news sources to play news from particular news channels only.
Moreover, what sets the Nets Hub apart from a regular tablet is that it has a single dashboard called Home View.
It can be used by a smart hub to switch a collection of connected devices such as speakers, TVs, air purifiers, switches, ACs, smart fans, and smart speakers.
Google States Plan of a More Private Web Surfing
Elsewhere, Google sketched a plan in trying to make surfing on the web more private.
Meanwhile, this still allows enough targeted advertising to keep publishers and itself in business.
Google’s proposals include cryptographic tokens. Users can accumulate by showing they are reliable into using artificial intelligence to show people relevant ads.
It is based on minimal information and stuffing personally identifiable data on someone’s device rather than in their browser.
The internet giant indicated it would recommend the changes for discussion before the organizations set standard rules for the Internet.
Google wants the whole web to adopt the new rules, instead of just mounting them on its Chrome browser.
The move demonstrates that Google is proactive. It focuses on how the web must work for it to win out in the future.
The changes would surely progress privacy.
Meanwhile, Google is also delaying due to privacy initiatives made by Firefox and Safari browsers that says are too strict.
The browsers have started blocking cookies. It is a small quantity of code that lodge in people’s browsers and tracks them around the web, serving advertisers to place valuable targeted ads.