I have installed Google Assistant on my Raspberry Pi 3 B+ and it seems to be working fine. My setup is:

  1. The voice input is through a USB microphone.
  2. The output is through the 3.5mm jack (I use a speaker or sometimes my earphone)

I had found an instructable which does the same: https://www.instructables.com/id/Hands-Free-Google-Assistant-for-Raspberry-Pi/

But I wanted to modify this setup. I am just an amateur, so please guide me if I am wrong. Here it is:

  1. I want my voice to be wirelessly transmitted to the RPi 3 using a wireless microphone and not just using a USB microphone.
  2. And the output (Google assistant's response) must also be wirelessly transmitted to a speaker or my earphone.

(This idea is just to make sure that we can have a hassle free experience, so that we can carry our RPi anywhere with us until we have an internet connection)

I haven't tried it yet. But is it possible?

P.S: Please don't be rude. I am a beginner. Any suggestions are welcome.

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    wireless as in bluetooth ... or some wireless microphone that has a proprietary receiver (ditto for the speaker) – Jaromanda X Feb 5 at 11:40
  • It can be bluetooth or a proprietary module too... – xoracle Feb 5 at 11:43
  • oh, so you haven't even got that far ... I'd go bluetooth, personally – Jaromanda X Feb 5 at 11:44
  • Great. But is it possible? – xoracle Feb 5 at 11:53
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    you asked if it's possible, I said yes it is - now it's your turn to research – Jaromanda X Feb 6 at 4:05

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