Toast Google Home Wood Cover review: A pricey way to prettify your smart speaker


You’ve always been able to customize the lower half of a Google Home smart speaker by changing out its base, but Toast offers an even prettier option. The company’s genuine hardwood veneer cover adheres to the speaker’s top half, with laser-cut holes for its LEDs, microphones, and mic-mute button.

You can choose from four types of wood—walnut, ash, bamboo, or ebony—and the company’s website allows you to preview the look with any of the six base colors that Google offers. The covers come in flat sheets—one for the body, a second for the top, and a third for the mute button—and you simply peel off the backing and carefully apply the adhesive cover to the surface of the speaker.

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