Whether or not your March Madness bracket pans out, there’s still a chance to win this month. We’re giving away some gear from our friends at Logitech and Google: a Logitech Harmony Elite touchscreen remote bundle and a Google Home Mini. Enter now through April 2, 2018 for your chance to win.
Product giveaways are exclusive to Gear Patrol email subscribers, so enter below by subscribing to any of our newsletters (or letting us know you’re already subscribed), and you’re set. To learn more about the products, check out what our Tech Writer, Tucker Bowe, has to say about them.
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Logitech Harmony Elite
Have you ever wished you could push a single button that turned off your living room lights, turned on your TV and switched the input to your Apple TV? Or what if you could skip pressing the button entirely and just ask Google’s Assistant to do it all for you with one simple verbal command like “turn off the living room?” With Logitech’s top of the line Elite harmony remote and companion smartphone app, it’s easy to set up either of these home automation dreams within a matter of minutes granted you own compatible smart devices.
Google Home Mini
Smaller, quieter and cheaper than the Amazon Echo Dot, it’s yet another factor you’ll have to consider when deciding which voice assistant you want to integrate into your lifestyle. The difference really boils down to whether your prioritize Amazon, and its pantheon of products and skills, or Google Assistant, with its newly reported integration with 1,000+ partner products. The Home Mini is really about one thing for you as a consumer: having your assistant everywhere and anywhere. If you love Google Assistant, this is now the easiest, cheapest way to integrate it into your life. — Tucker Bowe, Tech Writer