[Update: Hello, Protect] Existing Nest merchandise get new Google Nest packaging

From I/O 2019 onwards, unified Google Nest branding has permeated throughout the corporate’s current good dwelling merchandise. The newest step sees Made by Google repackaging current units, beginning with the Nest Cam Indoor.

Back in May, the pretty current “Google Home Hub” was rebranded into the “Google Nest Hub,” whereas the primary product to be introduced and launched beneath this model was the Nest Hub Max in September. With the 7-inch Assistant Smart Display, Google was fast to append stickers saying the change. All different Nest merchandise at this level have seen a similar marker.

This weekend [10/19/19], we noticed Best Buy promoting a Nest Cam Indoor 3-pack in new Google Nest packaging. Similar to different Made by Google merchandise, the packaging is predominantly white. A big four-colored ‘G’ and “Nest Cam Indoor” is printed above with a short description beneath.

The entrance options a number of angles of the safety digital camera, whereas the precise and again has reside imagery, which has similarities to the Pixel four and Pixel four XL. Compared to the previous field, there’s a lot much less copy in regards to the product. The left facet encompasses a simple listing of performance and notes how the Cam Indoor “works with the Google Assistant.” Other specs are listed on the underside floor of the brand new Google Nest packaging.

If the printed product photos replicate the precise product, Google has eliminated the old ‘nest’ logo from the face of the digital camera, simply beneath the lens. Unlike the Nest Hello, it doesn’t look like replaced by a white ‘G’ logo. While cleaner, the non-existent branding appears odd and isn’t but mirrored on the Google Store.

Update 11/9: The newest good dwelling merchandise to get new Google Nest packaging embrace the Nest Hello, Protect, and Thermostat. Both the smoke alarm and thermostat — in response to the field paintings — lack any “nest” or “G” branding.

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