Grab a Google Home Hub for just $90 — that's almost $60 in savings

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Control your smart home from one dashboard.

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In this age of technological advancement, it seems like one of the most coveted life goals among the masses is being a proud owner of a fully connected home, chock-full of smart devices that work together like a beautiful symphony. 

The less dramatic way of putting it would be to say that everyone wants a smart home

Why? Well first of all, it’s just cool, and second of all, being surrounded by smart devices makes life infinitely easier. The only downside is that once you reach a certain number, these devices can be hard to keep track of and control — and that’s why you need a central hub.

Coincidentally, the PCMag Shop is offering Google Home Hubs for just $90 — that’s almost $60 off the original price tag. If you’re interested, act quick, because there’s only a limited quantity available. 

To the uninitiated, the Google Home Hub is a central dashboard for all of your smart devices and then some. Decked out with responsive voice controls, you can command the Hub to interact with your devices, as well as get weather forecasts, set up your schedule, watch videos, and more. The Home Hub also doubles as a beautiful digital photo frame — while idle, it’ll display all of your favorite memories in crystal clear resolution. 

Pick up a Google Home Hub in the PCMag Shop for just $90 while supplies last. 

Image: Google

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