Home, the smart speaker and remote control from Google, finally arrived in Australia this week.
While you can still order a $79 box, you will have to wait until September to get one.
Home is now available in the United States, but it has yet to ship.
It is now listed as “coming soon” in the US, and the device is listed as available from US retailers.
In a press release, Google announced that Home will be available for purchase on September 1st in the UK, September 1 in Australia, and September 2 in the European Union.
Google Home is a smart speaker that works with Alexa and Google Home Assistant.
When you put the device on the speaker, Alexa will answer questions from Google Home and play music or video.
When the device starts up, you’ll be able to access Home by simply asking Alexa.
Google has been pushing its smart speakers for years, so you can expect Home to arrive in a big way this year.
Google’s new Home speaker.
As with the US and EU, you won’t be able in the U.S. to buy a Home on Amazon, but Google is still working to bring it to the US.
Amazon is selling the device for $99, but you can get it for $79.
The UK price will be $79, which is more than double the U and EU price.
Amazon also has a similar product that costs £99, and that’s also available to buy from the US market.
Amazon has also launched a dedicated Echo Dot, which costs £59.99, which also includes a home speaker, Amazon Echo Dot.
Google is expected to launch its own smart speaker sometime in the next year.
Google Home is also launching a standalone Home speaker with Alexa, which Amazon has yet a few months ago.
Amazon’s Echo Dot is currently the best smart speaker we’ve tested, but Amazon is expected soon to release a Home speaker that can do the same thing.