Smart displays for a little help,
day or night.
day or night.
Nest Hub (2nd gen) is a great bedside companion, and Nest Hub Max is the ultimate entertainer and kitchen helper.1
The best of Google in both displays.
Watch recipe videos hands-free while you’re cooking, keep the family on schedule with reminders, and more.
Control your home.
Dim lights, turn on TVs, turn up the heat, and more with hands-free help from Google.2
Entertain even more easily.
View photos, or stream music, news, and more. Just ask Google or cast from your phone.2
Coordinate and connect.
Place voice or video calls, broadcast messages around your home, add to family calendars, and more.3
Turn your display into a sleep guru.
With a Sleep Sensing subscription, Nest Hub (2nd gen) tracks when you go to bed and wake up, and how long you've slept. Plus it gives personalised insights and recommendations.4, 5
Pair products to unlock features and save.
Bundle with a Nest doorbell or camera for better awareness around the home.
Google Nest Hub Max and Google Nest Hub require a Wi-Fi network, a nearby electrical outlet and a compatible (Android, iOS) mobile device. Minimum OS requirements are available at Google Home Requirements. iOS is a trademark of Cisco and is used under licence.
Compatible smart devices required.
To make calls with Duo, a Google Duo account is required for you and call recipients. Personalised results, for up to six users, require additional enrolment and setup.
Sleep Sensing is available for free preview until next year. Learn more at g.co/sleepsensing/preview. After the preview ends, a paid subscription may be required. Sleep Sensing features are subject to your permissions and settings. They use motion, sound, and other device and sensor data to work, and require placing the device close to the bed and calibrating the device for your sleeping position. Google Assistant, Google Fit and other Google apps may be required for full functionality. Google Assistant requires a Google Account.
Sleep Sensing is not intended to diagnose, cure, mitigate, prevent or treat any disease or condition and should not be used as an alternative to seeking appropriate medical advice or treatment where needed. Device placement and nearby people, pets, or noises can cause inaccurate readings."
Night Vision is not supported.