Google’s 2019 Hardware Event held in New York City on Tuesday morning is over and like every year the company has announced new products to make human life easier and convenient. This year company announced a bunch of products, including the new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, new Pixel Buds, Stadia, Nest Wifi, Nest Mini, and Pixelbook Go.
We listed all the announcements from the event:
After being titled as the “Most Leaked Phone” Google officially announced the new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL with the Soli Radar technology and the feature called Motion Sense that allows the users to use the device without even touching the device.
Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL features similar specifications except for the size and the battery. It comes with a 90Hz refresh rate OLED display, faster Snapdragon 855 processor, dual-lens camera setup, 6GB of RAM, and up to 128GB of internal storage.
It will be available for preorders from today starting at $799.
Google has announced its first flagship Chromebook called the Pixelbook Pro, it is a 13.3-inch touchscreen laptop with pre-installed Chrome OS and comes in four configurations.
The Google Pixelbook Go starts at $649 and goes up to $1,399 for the top variant and it will be available in two colors named just black and not pink (i prefer pink model).
All-New Google Pixel Buds
Google has announced the second-generation Pixel Buds called the “all-new Pixel Buds” with a new re-engineered rounded, egg-shaped case fit which is an improved from the previous generation.
The new Pixel Buds offers true wireless experience with amazing sound quality, hands-free access to Google Assistant and long-range Bluetooth connectivity which extends up to a football field as per Google. They can be connected to any device Android 6.0+ running phones and Bluetooth 4.0+ laptops, tablets, and iOS devices.
The all-new Google Pixel Buds will be available next year in the US for $179, in four colors: clearly white, oh so orange, quite mint, and almost black.
Google Nest WiFi
Google Nest announced its new Mesh WiFi Router system called the Google Nest WiFi which has a new, bulbous “Router” and a separate almost the same shaped “Point” that now extends the coverage by 25 percent than the previous generation device.
The two-pack costs $269, and a three-pack comes for $349 you can preorder it today in three different pastel colors, a white, brown, and blue for the Router and the “Point” will be in white color only. It will be available on November 4th in the US and is coming to other countries in Q4 this year.
Google Nest Mini
Google Nest announced the new Nest Mini which looks similar to the Google Home Mini with few changes that include improved speaker and wall mount on the back, it lights up when you move your hand closer to adjust the volume, and it also has a dedicated machine learning chip that allows Google Assistant features to run faster and on the device itself.
It will be available in four colors: black, light gray, coral, and light blue. It is priced at $49 you can preorder it today and the sale will start from October 22nd in 23 countries.
Google also announced that its long-awaited cloud-based game streaming service will be launched on November 19th. It will be available to play on the TV via Chromecast, Google’s Pixelbook lineup, as well as Pixel phones.