Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Google pixel buds coming in 2020 for $180

At its October hardware event, Google announced its second-generation Pixel Buds earbuds, the follow-up to the original Pixel Buds, which came out in 2017. The new Pixel Buds have a reengineered fit and are true wireless earbuds, coming in at $179.
The new Pixel Buds come in a rounder, egg-shaped case versus the flatter square case of its predecessor (which proved to be the source of many irksome problems).
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Google says with the new Pixel Buds “the experience comes to you.” Hands-free access to Google Assistant means you don’t have to turn to your phone. Just say “Hey Google” to ask Assistant for whatever you need, and then you can resume what you were doing.
A new hybrid design is meant to address all sorts of sound issues, while the ear tips do seal the ear to emphasize audio when you’re listening to a call or music, a vent on the bottom lets through environmental sound. The buds respond to your surroundings with adaptive sound, and they will automatically raise and lower the volume depending on the environment you’re in.
When you’re making calls, the two microphones in each Pixel Bud focus on your voice, while Google says a built-in accelerometer that can detect speech through jaw vibration should ensure that you can be heard in less-than-ideal conditions, like while exercising or when outside on a windy day. Speaking of which, they’re also sweat and water resistant.

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