A giant, clear water bottle from the Google Pixel event today in San Francisco.
A foreshadowing of the new Pixel phone's camera.
Google's CEO Sundar Pichai.
Pichai discusses the possibilities of machine translation.
Current machine translation is better than more widely used phrase-based translation.
Google sought to create a simple user experience for the Pixel with both its hardware and software.
The Pixel has Google Assistant built-in.
Google Assistant can understand both voice input, as well as recognize onscreen data.
The Pixel's camera stack: 12.3-megapixel with an aperture of f/2.0
An image taken with the Google Pixel.
The Pixel comes with unlimited storage of full-resolution photos and videos (even 4K) on Google Photos.
Quick charging: Google claims 7 hours of battery life with just 15 minutes of charging.
There are two sizes: The Pixel with a 5-inch screen and the Pixel XL with a 5.5-inch screen.
Google is also making cases for the Pixel -- $35 on the Google Store.
Starting at $649 US, the Pixel is available to preorder starting today.
The Pixel also supports Google's Daydream VR platform.
The Daydream View's well-thought out design even includes a clever place to store the controller.
The Daydream View will be available in November.
Google has reached out to the likes of Netflix, Hulu and HBO to make apps for the View.
The Daydream View will be available in three colors.
The original Chromecast was US$35.
Not only does the Chromecast Ultra play 4K content, Google claims it's also 1.8 times faster.
It is your 24/7 Google Assistant.
Google touts the Home as being able to deliver audio with a "hi-fi sound."
The Google Home costs US$129.
The Home comes in a variety of colors.