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Get a Google Home Mini for under $20 with this powerful Dell deal

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Want to make your normal home smarter, or your smart home a better listener? Either way, this 60 percent discount will get you there for way less. If you're interested, you can grab a Google Home Mini smart speaker for $19 at Dell, a saving of $30 off its standard price of $49. That link will take you to the nice, neutral Chalk version, but you can take your pick of four unique colorways for the same price if you prefer something in a different shade.

Though it's much more diminutive than the standard Google Home speaker, it still packs in all the features you need: support for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, a physical mute switch for privacy assurance, and deep integration with the Google Assistant. That third point is the core of Google Home Mini, allowing it to integrate with countless aspects of your digital life. It can do Google searches for you, of course, but it can also play you the news and a weather forecast in the morning, or remind you of when you have a meeting coming up, or simply play your Spotify playlists.

At less than $20 per Mini, it's pretty easy to justify getting several so you're never out of range of your digital assistant while you're at home. Unless you really want to be out of range, but again, that's what the mute switch is for.

Google Home Mini | $19 at Dell, was $49

Google Home Mini | $19 at Dell, was $49
Kit out your home with a few of these and you'll always have easy access to Google Assistant, Spotify, and all kinds of other digital helpers.

While you're upgrading your home, you also might want to look into our guides to the best Black Friday game deals and our picks for the best Black Friday TV deals

Prefer the old kind of smart hardware? Get a boost from our guide to the best Black Friday gaming PC deals. 

Connor Sheridan

I got a BA in journalism from Central Michigan University - though the best education I received there was from CM Life, its student-run newspaper. Long before that, I started pursuing my degree in video games by bugging my older brother to let me play Zelda on the Super Nintendo. I've previously been a news intern for GameSpot, a news writer for CVG, and now I'm a staff writer here at GamesRadar.