Google’s Home Hub and the Lenovo’s Smart Display might be the most popular Assistant-based smart displays this Black Friday — we figured the hardest decision people would have was between the two — but they’re not the only Assistant-game in town. JBL’s Link View is an option for those that prioritize audio over video. And if you want to pick one up for cheap, Verizon has it for just $150 right now. Read MoreJBL Link View smart display is just $150 at Verizon ($100 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Whether your already bought the Lenovo Smart Display or JBL Link View, or you’re thinking about getting Google’s rumored Home Hub, you may be wondering whether that gadget — like many others in your life — offers any accessibility settings for people with disabilities. The answer is yes.
To get to the accessibility settings of your Smart Display, you need to head over to the Google Home app, tap the Devices icon on the top right, and scroll to find your display. Read MoreTip: Google Assistant Smart Displays have accessibility settings for color inversion, captions, TalkBack, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.