Google AIY Voice Kit

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Google, voice kit, DIY kit, echo, google assistant, HomePod
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This voice kit allows you to build your own natural language recognizer device and connect it to the Google Assistant. Along with everything the Google Assistant already does, you can add your own question and answer pairs. It’s easy to assemble, everything is included in a lovely cardboard with a arcade-style button on top.

You need a Raspberry pi to make this voice kit work. If you don’t have one, get one here.

Notes: We are sorry to tell you that the shipment of this product is delayed, because of the abnormal issues during production.
It is estimated to be shipped at the beginning of November. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Technical details

Dimensions 310mm x240mm x48mm
Weight G.W 485g
Battery Exclude

Part List

Voice HAT accessory board 1
Voice HAT microphone board 1
Plastic standoffs 2
3- inch speaker (wires attached) 1
Arcade-style push button 1
4-wire button cable 1
5-wire daughter board cable 1
External cardboard box 1
Internal cardboard frame 1


HSCODE 8519813100


Maker’s Guide 

The Maker’s Guide gives you some creative extensions, settings, and even a different voice API to use.

User’s Guide

Learn how to use the assembled AIY Voice Kit

Assembly Guide 

Learn how to assemble the AIY Projects voice kit

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