Sometimes it has become difficult to find the exact technology that makes up our favorite electronic devices. Luckily we now have the Internet along with our friends over at iFixIt to give us the insider information on two of our favorite devices: Google Home and the Amazon Echo. These guys buy the latest tech gadgets and take them apart, revealing all their components.
What follows is a break down of the technical details for Google Home compared to Amazon Echo.
|Google Home||Amazon Echo|
|Microphone||2 Far-field microphones||7 Far-field microphone array|
|Speaker||2" driver + dual 2" radiator||2.5" woofer, 2.0" tweeter|
|CPU / SoC||Cortex-A7 ARM processor||TI DM3725 ARM media processor|
|Memory||256 MB||4 GB|
|Controls||Touch sensitive surface||Volume adjustment ring|
|Size||height 5.62", diameter 3.79"||height 9.3", diameter: 3.3"|
|Bluetooth||No||A2DP, AVRCP profiles|
Some of this information comes from iFixIt, but in other cases we had to head to the product information pages for either device. Is there any other tech spec that is missing here? Please let us know in the comments.