And well, it seems the internet is still confused.
— Evan Spielberg (@EvanSpielberg) May 18, 2016
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Google Home looks like it should diffuse Essential Oils.
— Trent Nix (@trentnix) May 18, 2016
Air fresheners seem to be the first thing people are picking up on, but perhaps for a good reason. After all, home fragrance products are designed to fit into your home and blend in – so that’s not the worst thing to get compared to.
— Matt Navarra ⭐️ (@MattNavarra) May 18, 2016
Another popular crowd reaction: a cute salt shaker. The irony, of course, is that the Google Home is actually next to real salt dispensers in the product photo.
Nice try, Google. Placing it next to traditional-looking ones won’t fool us.
Even Google thinks Home looks like a lamp. pic.twitter.com/WAvZVfnG3A
— Harpreet Singh (@Harry_Jerry) May 18, 2016
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But it gets stranger, based on your eyeglass prescriptions and imaginative minds.
I like that Google Home looks like roll on antiperspirant.
— Paul Thurrott (@thurrott) May 18, 2016
Google home looks like the hoof of a cartoon pony pic.twitter.com/W07oy5vcLJ
— kelsey mckinney (@mckinneykelsey) May 18, 2016
Of course, everyone is open to their own aesthetic interpretations, but the commenter below might be a little too imaginative.
What do you think of the Google Home? Do you prefer its design over the Amazon Echo?