Avery Hartmans/Business Insider The Google Home Max is loud.
Like, really, really loud.
It’s so shrill that it drowns out shrill roommates blustering an NBA game, or unrelenting sirens right outside.
It’s so shrill that if we have it cranked adult between we and another person, we substantially won’t means to hear them.
There’s some-more to a Google Home Max than a volume, though. It’s good to demeanour at, dead-simple to use, and has a Google Assistant built in, a best intelligent partner on a market.
In fact, after regulating a Home Max for a few weeks, I’m struggling to find anything bad to contend about it. Here’s why: