Google’s annual Made by Google conference, along with a bunch of gadgets and phones, revealed the highly anticipated Pixel duo. Google pixel made four new additions this year, including the Pixel Buds, Pixelbook Go Chromebook, Nest Mini, and WiFi Nest.
The Pixel Buds
The Pixel Buds of the year are the first ever finest wireless earbuds from Google. With Google Assistant support, live translation, and music command, they sport mostly the same features as the original Pixel Buds. These new buds comes in a much lighter in-ear flush model with a hook that is supposed to fit most ear shapes. The buds come in a very clean, oval-shaped charging pod.
To two noise reduction mics for each earbud and a new feature called “Adaptive Sound” that dynamically adjusts the volume as you pass through different environments, the call experience has been enhanced. There is even a voice accelerometer that can detect speech by vibrating the jawbones of a man.
Through the charging case, the headphones can last 5 hours on a single charge and 24 hours. Up to three rooms apart indoors, the Bluetooth scope has been improved. The buds should operate with any Bluetooth 4.0 + compatible phone.
The PixelBook Go
Intel Core M3 processors drive the base model with a memory capacity of 8GB/64 GB. The higher-end model comes with options for Core i5 and i7 and has a 16GB/256 GB memory range. There are 2 ports for USB C and one connector for headphones. The body is made of magnesium and all around it has a matte finish with curved edges. The whole machine has a weight of only 1KG and a thickness of only 13 mm.
The battery can last on a full charge for as long as 12 hours and after a 20-minute charge can provide two hours ‘ worth of battery life. The base model will cost $649 while it will cost $1,399 for the high-end model. The Pixelbook Go will be available in colors black and pink.