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Google Nest devices are a great addition to any home, especially so if you’re heavily into Google’s ecosystem. If you’ve been waiting to hop on some, you can now do so for cheaper than ever, as you can score a few devices for more than half off.

A handful of Google devices have been notably discounted as an early Black Friday deal on Best Buy. Google’s smart Nest Audio speaker, also a $100 value, has been taken down a notch to $50.

Google Nest Audio

The Google Nest Audio is one of the best smart speakers money can buy, coming with powerful specs and, of course, the Google Assistant.

If you’d rather go small, the Nest Mini is now just $20, down from $50.

Google Nest Mini (2nd Generation)

The Google Assistant connected smart speaker that fits in every home, just about anywhere.

And the Nest Hub, which is usually $100, has been discounted to $50, giving you an amazing deal on one of the best smart displays on the market.

Google Nest Hub

The Nest Hub is an amazing Google Assistant-powered smart display, serving as a flexible device that lets you take control of your day, and your home, in a whim.

All of these are discounts of at least 50%, with the Nest Mini going down a whopping 66%. And they’re all great ways to bring the powers of Google Assistant into your home. If you happen to have any Google Home or Matter-compatible smart home devices, you can link them to your Google devices and bring together your smart home experience seamlessly.

Being Google Assistant-enabled, they also fit in with your Google services amazingly, letting you check upcoming calendar events, play music, and do pretty much anything else you want your Assistant to do for you.

Make sure to hop on this offer before it’s gone forever.

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