I received a shiny new Google Home Hub and I wanted to immediately mount it in my kitchen under my cabinets so I can use it as a recipe / music / news / video device. Unfortunately the home hub doesn’t include any provisions for mounting. So I decided to fix that.
You will need 2 25mm long M5 bolts and nuts, and a pair of wood screws to mount this. A cord management thingy is not a bad idea here either. Bolt the brackets to the main hanger, slip the google home in, then screw the thing to the underside of your cabinet. You may need a spacer to get proper fit here. Gravity holds it in place. it seems to stay pretty well, you may use some adhesive double sided tape to secure it more firmly if desired. The volume buttons and the rear microphone mute slider are still accessible from the back without dismounting the unit. It may be lifted out for cleaning or service as needed.
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