Google has launched a pile of new items including the latest Google Pixel 2 , two extra Home speakers and a top of the line Pixelbook, a portable workstation and tablet half breed.
The Pixel 2 and bigger Pixel 2 XL were launched at an special occasion in San Francisco. The Pixel 2 is intended to exhibit the best of Google’s Android Oreo programming, and gloats highlights, for example, a squeezable body that can be utilized to summon Google Assistant, a dependably on screen that can distinguish any melody being played inside earshot, and Google Lens, a keen camera that enables clients to look through this present reality utilizing picture acknowledgment.
Sneak Picks of Google Pixel 2, Google Home Mini, Google Home Max, Google Clips, Pixel Buds, Pixelbook and Daydream View
Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL: Two phones, little and large, with OLED screens, a focus on computational photography, and a lot of passive aggression towards Apple. They’ll be available for pre-order today shipping 19 October and 15 November, for £629/$649 and £799/$849 respectively.
Google Home Mini: A small smart speaker which can’t really do music but can pair with another wireless smart speaker. It is designed to get the Google Assistant throughout your house. It will sell for £49/$49, with pre-orders open today, and be in stores on 19 October.
Google Home Max: A large smart speaker which really can do music, aimed squarely at competing products from Apple and Sonos. It’ll cost $399, and be out – in the US only – in December.
Google Clips: An always-on camera for shooting your pets and sprogs, with on-device AI picking the best time to take a picture while still ensuring your privacy. Set it and forget it, and come back 30 minutes later to a beautiful photoset of little Tarquin destroying your petunias. $249, coming soon to the US only.
Pixel Buds: They’re wireless earphones, one of the most boring product categories known to humanity, but they have a cool simultaneous translation feature if you use them with a Pixel phone. £159/$159, available from 22 November.
Pixelbook: A slender hybrid tablet/laptop/phone, running Chrome OS and offering Google Assistant on the desktop. It’s 1kg heavy and 1cm thick, and starts at £999/$999 and will ship at the end of October. The Pixelbook Pen stylus costs £99 from the end of October.
Daydream View: the same VR headset you don’t know and have no strong opinions about, now in three new colours and with new lenses. £99/$99, available now.