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Steep discounts during the holidays on the most affordable models of Google's Home smart speakers and the Amazon Echo likely meant both companies were taking losses to get them into millions of homes, analysts told Reuters. The video shows how Google's Assistant work on the upcoming Smart Displays and how it would be helpful for you to make the smart display more smarter. Let us take a look at all the Klipsch speakers that will support either of these voice assistants. At the annual CES conference this week, we even saw a Whirlpool dishwasher with Alexa support, and a bathroom mirror made by Kohler.

Of course, as a Google Assistant, the Smart Display can control your smart home devices, including the ability to check in on your baby monitor and other security cameras.

USA pay-TV broadcaster DISH has announced that its customers will have the ability to watch Hands-Free TV using the Google Assistant in the coming months. Assistant for Android Auto will perform actions like controlling your smart home, play music from Spotify or Google Play Music, get directions from Google Maps or Waze and send and receive messages from services like WhatsApp, among other things. Sony, Lenovo, LG and Huawei all happily surrounded time to discuss Google and Amazon's offerings.

The Smart Displays will offer exactly the same interface like a smartphone, however you would see some added features on the Smart Displays. It has weather, news and calendar functions. In essence, it's just a Google Home device with a screen. "[The firm] has proven that there is a logical use case for a hands-free assistant in the smart home". LG is playing both sides, in fact.

On the back end, Google is making it easier to discover all the things that Google Assistant can do. In the meantime, CES 2018 might be filled with smart products until its final day. We went hands-on with the new device at CES 2018, and here's what we thought. (NASDAQ:AMZN) continue their battle over the market for voice-enabled devices.

The Smart Displays will operate as voice-centric computers, responding to voice commands, but will also include an interactive tablet-like touchscreen. Z-Wave is an alliance of more than 2,100 products from 600 companies.

Regarding the price we aren't sure yet but soon will be qupdated. The speakers will accept audio via Bluetooth or from Chromecast.

David Jones is a freelance writer based in Essex County, New Jersey.