Google’s biggest product launch ever wrapped up Tuesday, and a slew of new gadgets are coming soon from the search giant.
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Here’s everything Google announced:
The Pixel and Pixel XL are the first purely Google phones.
The Pixel has a 5-inch screen and the XL has a 5.5-inch screen, but other than that, they're essentially the same. The Pixels will also run the latest version of Android, called Nougat, and Google claims they have the best cameras ever put in a smartphone.
Other than that, they have a lot of the other high-end features you'd expect from a premium smartphone.
The Pixel will start at $649, and you can buy it unlocked from Google or through Verizon.
Daydream View lets you slot in the Pixel (and other Android phones in the future) and enjoy VR content.
The View has a soft fabric covering, similar to Facebook's Oculus Rift. It also comes with a remote packed with motion-control sensors for navigating menus and playing games.
Daydream View will cost $79 and goes on sale in November.
The Chromecast Ultra is a souped-up version of the regular Chromecast that's designed to play 4K video. It also has faster performance and improvements to its WiFi connections.
Chromecast Ultra will cost $69 and go on sale in November.
Google Home is a connected speaker similar to the Amazon Echo. It has Google's new Assistant inside and lets you control music, video, search queries, and smart appliances with your voice.
Home will cost $129 and go on sale in early November.
Google WiFi aims to solve a lot of the headaches that come with setting up a new router. It has an easy setup process through a companion app, and lets you control who has access to the internet and when.
It also lets you create a mesh network throughout your home when you add additional routers where the connection is weak to boost the signal.
Google WiFi will cost $129. You can also buy a three-pack for $299.
Google Assistant is Google's answer to Apple's Siri, Amazon's Alexa, and Microsoft's Cortana.
It's making its debut on the new hardware products announced by Google, and will eventually be available on more Android devices and Google apps.
Assistant does everything you'd expect from an AI helper, but with the added benefit of Google's vast 'Knowledge Graph' that's loaded with data no other company can match. Assistant is just getting started, and will get smarter over time the more people use it.
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