First up, meet the new Nest Hub Max. This smart display has a 10-inch 1280x800 display, which is up from the 7-inch screen on the Google Home Hub. Above that screen sits a 6.5MP camera with a 127-degree field of view and auto-framing, which will ensure that you say in frame while you're on a video call. That camera can also work as a Nest Cam, letting you check in on your home while you're away.
Another feature of the camera on the Nest Hub Max is Face Match. With it, the camera will recognize particular people who are in front of the screen and only show just their info. For example, when the Nest Hub Max knows that you're looking at its screen, it'll show your appointments and not your wife's.
Not everyone is going to be comfortable having a smart display with a camera in their home, though, and so Google has included a physical off switch for the Nest Hub Max's cam. When you flip it, both the camera and microphone on the device will be disabled.
Also included with the Nest Hub Max is a stereo speaker system with two 18mm 10W tweeters and one 75mm 30W subwoofer. There are microphones so that the Google Assistant can hear you, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support, and Chromecast built-in.
The Nest Hub Max will launch this summer in the U.S., U.K., and Australia at a price of $229.
Also announced today is that Google is rebranding its home products to Nest. This means that the Google Home Hub will now be known as the Nest Hub. That device is getting a price cut, too, dropping to $129.