The best Google Assistant devices that aren’t speakers

A smart speaker is so 2017. With exceptional innovation with every product release, smart assistants are popping up in more places than speakers. And, Google’s voice assistant is gaining speed as one of the most popular systems.

The best Google Assistant devices that aren’t speakers
  • What is Google Assisant? Google’s smart virtual voice assistant that can respond to questions and commands as well as help you manage your other smart home devices.
  • Which Google Assistant speakers are the best? Harman Kardon makes a great one that’s a little on the pricey side. The Citation ONE is more wallet-friendly.
  • Where can I find more Google Assistant devices? We have a category full of Google Assistant devices as well as one for Amazon Alexa.

Although it seems like Amazon Alexa is just about everywhere these days (you’re not wrong), Google Assistant is, too. Many brands add both smart assistant integrations at once, making them convenient for every user. Here are some of the best Google Assistant devices we could find.

Orro Smart Light Switch

Smart and savvy, this sophisticated light switch makes your lighting requirements a priority. Analyzing the light in the room, Orro makes lighting decisions based on your preferences. Requiring no Wi-Fi, it works automatically. It also has Google Assistant integration so you can swap up the scenery with just a simple command.

The best Google Assistant devices that aren’t speakers

Your lights just got even smarter

JBL Link View Google Assistant Display

Notable for its sleek design and impressive abilities, this smart display puts the full power of Google at your fingertips (er, voice tip?). The beautiful display lets you tap around your devices and the internet while you can also use your voice to control and manage all your connected devices.

Levi’s x Google Jacquard Commuter Trucker Jacket

One of the first mainstream wearables, the Levi’s x Google jean jacket takes your style to all new levels. Along the sleeve is the built-in brain of Google. It automatically syncs to your devices with a tap. Plus, it has a sensor to detect if you’ve left your phone behind, or it works vice versa to help you remember your jacket.

KitchenAid Smart Kitchen Display

Ever wish you had your own super-smart sous chef at home? With the KitchenAid Smart Display, it’s like you do. Armed with a brilliant display, you can view recipes and watch content to your heart’s content. You can also ask pertinent questions such as measurement conversions. Google Assistant waits armed and ready to answer your every need.

Kohler Konnect Sensate Smart Kitchen Sink Faucet

If that wasn’t enough, the Konnect Sensate from Kohler should really knock your socks off. This intelligent faucet is actually controllable with motion and your voice. You can request an exact amount of water to be filled in a pot and the clever faucet will do exactly that. You can even customize it for vessels you fill regularly.

Anker Roav Bolt Google Assistant Car Device

You can now have Google Assistant in your car. Anker’s Roav Bolt connects beautifully with the smart assistant to give you unprecedented access while driving. Use it for instant turn-by-turn directions or to help manage your devices from afar. Plus, you get full access to all your favorite music streaming apps so you never have to deal with radio commercials again.

The best Google Assistant devices that aren’t speakers

How to make your car smart without buying a smart car

Lenovo Smart Google Assistant Clock

Designed with your nightstand in mind, Lenovo’s Google Assistant Clock helps you wake up as well as unwind. Of course, access to Google means you can control your smart home devices. It’s perfect for creating the best scenes for bedtime with a single command.

The best Google Assistant devices that aren’t speakers

A total upgrade for your bedroom

iRobot Roomba i7+ Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum

Robot vacuums aren’t exactly new, but iRobot is still adding new features to their lineup. The Roomba i7+ not only takes your voice commands like a pro, but it also empties itself. Totally eliminating the need for human intervention, the vacuum empties the contents of the three-stage cleaning system into a disposable bag.

TP-Link HS300 Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip

This might look like an ordinary power strip but we can assure you it’s anything but. The Kasa Wi-Fi Power Strip has six different outlets, all of which you can independently control. And, because it connects to Google Assistant (along with Alexa and her step-sister, Cortana), you can have the same amount of control with just your voice.

The best Google Assistant devices that aren’t speakers

The smart device you didn’t know you needed

GE C Color Changing Smart Bulbs

What would a smart home device list be without smart lights? The C range from GE is all about big and bold color. These bulbs change to virtually any color you can imagine and plenty that you can’t. With voice control capability, all it takes is a simple command to get just the look you want.

The best Google Assistant devices that aren’t speakers

View any color you can imagine

Do you plan on buying any of the devices on this list? Let us know in the comments!

Ashley Timms is an editor at Gadget Flow where she gets to write about the most incredible products in the world. When she’s not writing, she’s producing fine art dog photography.
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