Google just announced a bunch of new products – Everything you need to know
Google made some big news today with a lineup of new and updated products. We rounded up everything you need to know.
Google had a big event today in San Fransico. The company launched its new Pixel 2 smartphone, a miniature version of the Google Home called Google Mini, a Pixelbook, Google Clips, an updated DayDream View, Pixel Buds, and a whole lot more.
Truthfully, there’s a lot to cover here, and I personally can’t write about it all. Thankfully, every major tech publication and their mother was at the press event and had a healthy headstart. So instead, I’ll point you in the right direction for in-depth analysis for each new and updated product. If you don’t feel like scrolling through each product, here’s some really great roundups here, here, and here.
But, first things first, a good start is the official Google Store page, which can be found here. You can find all the relevant pricing and availability for each product, along with other helpful tidbits. So, if you have any questions, you can always refer back there. But again, each link you’ll find below should be helpful enough.
Google Pixel 2
- Exclusive first look at Google’s new Pixel 2 phone – The Verge
- Here’s Google’s new Pixel 2 XL smartphone – TechCrunch
- Google unveils the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL – Engadget
- Behold the Pixel 2, Google’s New Flagship Android Phone – Wired
- Google Pixel 2, XL hands-on: Squeezable sides, no headphone jack – CNET
Google Home Mini
- Google launches $49 Google Home Mini, rival to Amazon Echo Dot, and $399 Home Max – USA Today
- The Google Home Mini is Google’s $49 answer to the Echo Dot – ArsTechnica
- Google Just Unveiled a Smaller, Cheaper Google Home – Time
- Say hello to the Home Mini, Google’s $49 answer to the Amazon Echo Dot – TechCrunch
- Google’s Pixelbook is probably not a Chromebook at all – TechRadar
- Google’s Got Big Plans For Its New Pixelbook – Fortune
- Google announces high-end Pixelbook laptop with a stylus for $999 – The Verge
- Google announces the Pixelbook, its new high-end 2-in-1 Chromebook – TechCrunch
- Google just announced its new Pixelbook laptop – Business Insider
Google Home Max
- This is the Google Home Max — Google’s high-end smart home speaker that will compete with Apple’s HomePod – Business Insider
- Google Home Max: Assistant smart speaker w/ premium design and stereo sound – 9to5Google
- The Google Home Max is bringing premium audio to the Home lineup – Android Authority
- Google’s Home Max Goes After HomePod With a Big Ass Sonos Clone – Gizmodo
- Google reveals the Home Mini and Max – The Next Web
- Google just announced all-new Home speakers that you’re going to adore – BGR
- Google Clips explained: The smartest little camera in the room – Trusted Reviews
- Google Releases Small Camera That Echoes Google Glass – Bloomberg
- Google Clips is a Tiny, Hands-Free, AI-Powered Camera for Capturing Life – PetaPixel
- Google Clips is a tiny camera that watches everything, then figures out what to capture using A.I. – CNBC
- Inside Google Clips, the weirdest camera of the year – The Verge
Google Pixel Buds
- Google made its own earbuds because it killed the headphone jack – Engadget
- Hello, Google Pixel Buds (and real-time translation). Goodbye, headphone jack – USA Today
- Google Introduces Its Answer to AirPods: Pixel Buds – Wired
- Pixel Buds: $159 wireless headphones do real-time translation – CNET
- Google debuts the updated Daydream View VR headset – The Next Web
- Google reveals new Daydream View VR headset for $99 – VentureBeat
- Google’s tweaked Daydream View VR headset doubles down on virtual tourism – PCWorld
- Google’s Daydream View VR headset revealed: Upgraded lenses and more content too – Pocket-Lint
- Everything new about the updated Daydream View – Android Central
That’s about it. We didn’t delve much into the software tweaks Google made to its platforms, but again, all of that can be found in one of these links above. For Google’s official page highlighting all these new and updated products, click here.
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