Google presented its new Google Pixel Buds 2 during the media event. In terms of design, the new caps are not distorted compared to the previous generation, except for the removal of the cable that connected them.

According to Google, Bluetooth is more stable and powerful and ensures a much more effective connection even with interference, walls or other obstacles. Music reproduction is high-profile, as are calls thanks to the noise reduction system and directional microphones. Unlike the original Pixel Buds, the new version presented yesterday offers a true wireless design like the AirPods.

Google claims to have scanned thousands of ears to create a comfortable design for as many people as possible. The new Pixel Buds 2 have a low-profile appearance that fits better in the ear, with a stabilizing bow and an interchangeable tip that ensures a secure fit, even during physical exercises.

The end of the earphone gently seals the ear to isolate external noises, but a small spatial aperture under the ear emits a moderate amount of ambient sound so you can be aware of what is happening around us. Pixel Buds 2 can also dynamically adjust the volume based on the surrounding noise. Earphones feature Google Assistant, better battery life for up to five hours, which can be increased thanks to the charging case.

The Google Pixel Buds 2 will be available during the spring of 2020 for $179. At the moment there is no launch information in other countries.

Pixelbook Go

Among other Google presented by Google the brand new Google Pixelbook Go, an extremely interesting handset we have already learned about over the past few months due to the numerous rumors that emerged about it.

Note that the Pixelbook Go is not a tablet. As anticipated for some time, it is a real laptop in which you will able to use the integrated keyboard and the touchscreen display.

The latest Google Chromebook is the Pixelbook Go, a thin and light notebook that is 13 mm thick and weighs just over two kilos. Technical specifications and features include a 13-inch touchscreen display, eighth-generation Intel Core processors, up to 16GB of RAM, up to 256GB of flash memory, up to 12 hours of battery life, a backlit keyboard with typing soft, two USB-C ports and a headphone jack. Like other Chromebooks, Pixelbook Go runs Chrome OS.

  • Processor – Intel Core m3 / i5 / i7
  • RAM – 8GB / 16GB
  • Storage – 64GB / 128GB / 256GB
  • Audio – Dual front-firing speakers + two mics for noise cancellation
  • Dimensions – 12.2″ x 8.1″ x 0.5″

The price starts at $879, with pre-orders already starting in the United States and Canada.

Nest Mini

Google also introduced Nest Mini, the successor to the Google Home Mini, with new features including stronger bass and faster response times. The new Nest Wifi router has also been launched, based on the Google Wifi router with twice the speed and up to 25 percent better coverage.

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