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Google’s Nest Mini smart speaker is now available for less than £20

And it’s not the only big deal from the big G

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Google’s Nest Mini was already one of the easiest ways to add smart assistance to your humble abode: cute, clever and connected, the wall-mountable speaker could find a place in just about any space. Now the dinky disc is even more accessible, thanks to an early Black Friday discount from the big G.

We gave the Nest Mini a full five-star review when we first tested it back in 2019 – and the fabric-topped blob is even better value right now. Normally sold at the fair price of £49, Google’s slashed the Nest Mini’s tag down to a super-affordable £19.

At £19, you can buy two of the pocket-money pucks and still have change from the usual price. Hey Google, what percentage saving is that? 60%, that’s what. Which is not a number to be sniffed at.

And Google’s not stopped there. Looking for a Nest speaker with a little more sonic punch? The bigger, beefier Nest Audio is currently discounted by £20 as part of Google’s early Black Friday sale.

Need an easy streamer for better TV? The standard Chromecast is a steal at the reduced price of £18. Scoop a few and you’ve got this year’s stocking fillers sorted.

For those keen to keep an eye on their pad, the battery-powered Nest Cam is currently discounted by £30, while homes in need of a smart hub can benefit from an identical £30 discount on the standard Nest Hub.

And if you’re in the market for a Wi-Fi upgrade, Google’s also cut the cost of its Nest Wi-Fi mesh network devices. A router and point pack will set you back £50 less than usual, while the older Google Wi-Fi triple pack is also available at a £50 discount. Bring home the lot for a smart pad at a smarter price.

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Formerly News Editor at this fine institution, Chris now writes about tech from his tropical office. Sidetracked by sustainable stuff, he’s also keen on coffee kit, classic cars and any gear that gets better with age.

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