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Google increasing its digital presence in DIY stores

US DIY retail chain Home Depot sels Google Nest products in its stores.

US DIY retail chain Home Depot sels Google Nest products in its stores.

Google is increasing its digital presence in DIY stores. According to a report by the Invidis portal, which specialises in digital signage, Google's smart home distribution line Google Nest has installed a large-format touchpoint solution in a Home Depot outlet in New York's Manhattan area. The Google Nest products are presented on individually designed shelves with 65-inch flat screens (around 165 cm diagonal). Customers can find out more about products such as hubs, cameras, sensors and microphones using floating touch displays in front of the shelves.

|24 January 2020


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