First of all, the speaker is blanketed by a piece of fabric, which houses two 4.5-inch woofers. Apparently, those who will pre-order the aforementioned smartphones will get the Google Home Mini smart speaker for free. The Google Home Max features Bluetooth and Aux connectivity and features integrated Google Assistant.
At its Pixel launch event, Google showcased tons of hardware devices which promised to deliver an unmatched performance with a unique combination of software, hardware, and AI. Adding to the competition Google introduced its Google Home Mini, which is a smaller, and efficient version of the original Google Home.
Google has brought back its high-end ChromeOS notebook - albeit under a new name. The current Pixel handset version also introduced a new widget and Google search button, but some users have complained that these features can not be adjusted or removed.
Google Pixel 2 XL will come out with a price tag of $869 for the 64GB variant and a price tag of $969 for the 128GB variant. Additionally, Google is said to be working on a new pressure-sensitive stylus called Pixel Pen for Pixelbook.
These prices are set too high for what could be the next Pixel computer, but at the same time it is Google, so the high pricing does sound about right based on their previous reference tablet/laptop devices. It will be a hybrid tablet which will feature a 360-degree hinge and will run on Chrome OS. The launch event will begin at 9.30 pm tonight in India and the customers can also live stream the launch.
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