If you still haven't hopped on the smart speaker bandwagon, now is definitely the time to do so. Not only are these voice-activitated pieces of tech super convenient, but there also happens to be a killer sale going on right now: The Source Canada is having an online sale and their Google Homes are $40. 

Until May 28, you can snag a Google Home for less than a month's worth of lattes. It usually sells for $129.99, which is a savings of roughly $90.

Reviews on The Source Canada's website mainly praise the speaker and sound coming from the device, with an overall rating of 4.6 stars.

Elsewhere, the ratings are roughly the same: it has a 4.5 star rating on Best Buy Canada, and a 4.6 star rating on Staples Canada.

Sure, the device functions well as a speaker - but there are tons of other things you can do with it too. 

It can schedule reminders, make a grocery list, stream songs and podcasts, translate, calculate, and more.

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But it's mainly known for being able to do all of this just by you physically asking it to.

Saying, "OK, Google" will prompt the machine to listen. All you need to do is follow up with a command. 

It can also distinguish voices between users, so if you have a multi-person household, it can tell who is asking what.

The Google Home is compatible with both Android and iOS and it can connect all smart devices in your home. That includes lightbulbs, too. Like this LED smart bulb, which you can get for just $5 when you buy a Google Home.

What's also cool is that you can sync the Google Home with another Google Home. In fact, at just $40 each you can actually get three for what you would normally spend on just one and turn your place into a smart home! 

Just remember, the sale ends May 28, so head to the Source now to get yours.