Google Home is a response to Amazon's Echo, a home speaker and digital personal assistant operated by voice commands. The Echo looks like a generic Bluetooth speaker, which is to say it resembles a stack of hockey pucks or a very large tube of Pillsbury croissant dough. Google Home looks like none of those things.
In fact, Google Home looks unlike anything in the tech world. It does, however, resemble a number of things you probably have lying around the house. This will make it easy, I suspect, to conceal Google Home: simply place it alongside any of these items, allowing it to blend in. Behold how inconspicuous the future is!
An air freshener
A very large lipstick
A normal-sized Yankee Candle
To some folks, Google Home looks like salt and pepper shakers
salt, pepper, vast opaque all-consuming information autocracy, everything you need in a kitchen pic.twitter.com/htWC2YAyrS— young labor memelord (@vogon) May 18, 2016
To this boy, Google Home looks like a disappointing alternative to real parents