Google launches a bunch of new products including an AI-powered camera ‘Clips’

By : |October 5, 2017 0

At the company’s highly anticipated Pixel 2 event, Google launched a long line-up of products from smartphones to laptops, wireless headphones and smart speakers. Here’s a look at all the products launched by Google-

a) Google Home Mini

Google Home Mini launched at the Pixel 2 eventGoogle

Google has announced a new mini version of its smart speaker- Google Home Mini. The smart speaker is made up of a durable material and is in a circular shape that allows it to make a 360-degree sound.  There are four LED lights underneath this material that glow to indicate the device is listening, and it’s available in three colors: chalk, charcoal, and coral. The device is priced at $49 just like the Amazon Echo Dot. It is available for pre-order starting today and will hit major retailers starting October 19.

b) Google Clips

A new smart camear is launched by Google called ClipsGoogle

Google has launched a new mini too camera that combines AI, software, and hardware to capture photos. The device priced at $249 uses artificial intelligence to automatically detect when a photo should be taken. The device can be laid onto a surface or clipped to any clothing or furniture.

c) Google Home Max

Google launches Home Max, a competitor to the Apple HomePod and Amazon Echo DotGoogle

The Google Home Max is 20 times powerful than the original Google Home. It offers deeper bass powered by dual 4.5-inch speakers. The Google Home Max priced at $399 is intended to compete with Apple‘s HomePod and Amazon‘s new Echo. One notable feature of the Google Home Max is that it adjusts its audio settings based on its surroundings.

d) Google Pixelbook

Google Pixelbook launched at the Pixel 2 eventGoogle

Google announced a brand new laptop, called Pixelbook priced at $999. The laptop features 12.3-inch screen and runs on Google’s Chrome OS. The company claims that it is the thinnest and lightest laptop and comprises internal storage of 512 GB. It features a 4-in-design that allows you to use in a tablet mode as well.

e) Google Pixel Buds

Google announces new wireless headphones named PixelbudsGoogle

Next in line are Google’s new wireless headphones that allow real-time language translations of 40 languages. The Pixel Buds priced at $159 will be available in the US from November. They’ll be available in white, kinda blue, and just black color variants. The buds provide a 5-hour battery in one charge and come with a charging case that holds up to 24 hours of listening time.

f) Daydream View headset

Google launches a new VR headset called Daydream ViewGoogle

Google’s new VR headset has an upgraded lens, a wider view of field and a new fabric. The device can be paired with any Daydream compatible phone and is available for $99 at Google’s online store.

g) Google Assistant– Something which is common with all the devices is the Google Assistant. Google is making its Assistant work more fluidly across multiple devices when it comes to managing routines. Google will also be adding new child-friendly voice interactions that feature characters like Mickey Mouse, educational trivia games and bedtime stories to its Assistant.

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