Apart from the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, Google also unveiled a number of other devices during its most recent launch event. These include the Google Pixel Buds 2, Pixelbook Go, and the new Nest Mini.
Google gave us a sneak peek into the Pixel Buds 2, which is set for release in Spring 2020. It builds upon the true wireless technology that its predecessor began and then some. The second iteration of the Buds is said to have better Bluetooth connection being able to be up to 3 rooms away when indoors and an entire football field length when outdoors.
The Buds 2 also has adaptive sound that adjusts the volume depending on the noise levels of the environment. It continues to offer a hands-free way to get to the Google Assistant and includes real-time translation.
It will come in four colors – Oh So Orange, Clearly White, Quite Mint, and Almost Black and will be available for USD 179.
Next up is the Google Nest Mini. The Nest Mini is the successor to the Google Home Mini and improves on the troubles of the Home Mini. The Nest Mini has twice more bass and includes a third mic for when things get extra noisy.
While both devices have AI to adapt and learn the most used commands, the Nest Mini is able to do it locally on the device through a dedicated learning chip. The Nest Mini also allows users to use it like a telecom or call friends and family through Google Duo.
Google Nest Mini comes in four colors – Chalk, Charcoal, Coral, and the latest color, Sky. It will be available starting October 22 for USD 49.
The last device we’ll go over that was announced is the Pixelbook Go, the company’s latest laptop running on Chrome OS. It is made with magnesium with a painted metal finish and they’ve added ridges to the bottom for a better grip.
The Pixelbook Go has a 13.3″ LCD touchscreen display and is powered by up to an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor. It comes with up to 16GB RAM, up to 256GB storage, and up to 4K Ultra HD Molecular display.
It comes in two colors – Just Black and Not Pink. The base model with 8GB of RAM, a 64GB SSD, an FHD display, and an 8th Gen Intel Core m3 will retail for USD 649. The top of the line variant is packed with 16GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, a UHD display, and an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 and tops off at USD 1,399.
There are two other configurations – 8GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD, and an 8th Gen Intel Core i5 for USD 849 and USD 999 if you want 16GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD, and an 8th Gen Intel Core i5.