Google Pixel Buds wireless earbuds unveiled at ‘Made by Google’ event
Google Pixel Buds have officially launched. The new wireless earbuds will compete with Amazon Echo Buds and Microsoft Surface Earbuds.
Google at 'Made by Google' hardware event in New York City unveiled wireless Pixel Buds. As expected, Google users can access Assistant on the earbuds by just saying 'Hey Google'. Google said its Pixel Buds come with long-range Bluetooth connectivity, more than 100 yards. Google Pixel Buds will officially launch next year. The device is priced at $179.
Google Pixel Buds come with circular design. The wireless earbuds can deliver up to five hours of back up from single charge. The device comes with wireless charging case. Google said the wireless earbuds come with adaptative sound technology which adjusts depending environment around users.
"When it's time to talk instead of listen, Pixel Buds make sure the sound of your voice is at the forefront. Two microphones in each earbud focus on the sound of your voice while suppressing other sounds in the background, which extends to the most challenging environments. Pixel Buds have a voice accelerometer that can detect speech through the vibrations of your jawbone, so that you can be heard even in windy conditions, like when you're running or biking," said Google on its website.
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