Every important moment from Google's product event in 5 minutes
Today, we're proud to introduce the Google Pixel 2, designed for you with the best of Google built in.
We've place finger print sensor where your finger naturally falls.
It's extremely accurate, secure, and it unlocks faster than any other smart phone.
If you prefer headphones, use your existing analog headphones with the included adapter or your digital USB-C headphones for the highest resolution audio all the way to your ears.
Or avoid cables altogether with your upgraded Bluetooth 5.0 support and Hi-Fi CodeX.
Feel free to choose whichever size Pixel you prefer, because you'll get the same great experience on both.
We don't set aside better features for the larger device.
We've also made it faster and easier to get to the Google Assistant on Pixel Two.
With a new feature called Active Edge.
Just give your pixel a quick squeeze where your hand naturally holds the phone and ask for whatever you need.
Because of the quality of Google's computational photography with a single camera, you can also take portrait selfies through the front camera.
The Pixel 2, and the Pixel 2 XL.
Pixel 2 with it's five inch cinematic display starts at $649 for the 64 gigabyte version.
The Pixel 2 XL has a six inch full screen polit display and starts at $849.
Today we're also announcing a smart new audio accessory that works perfectly with Pixel 2.
Our first pair of premium wireless headphones.
They're called Google Pixel Buds.
Pixel buds work great with Pixel.
They even give you access to a new real time translation experience.
How's it going?
Absolutely okay, thank you.
Google Pixel buds come in a pocket size charging case that provide up to five hours of listening time with just one charge, and the case holds multiple charges.
So you get up to 24 hours of listening time when you're on the go.
And they'll be available in November for $159, and pre-orders begin today.
We are introducing Mini.
The newest member of the Google Home family.
Mini will retail for just $49 in the US.
Say hello to Max, our biggest and best sounding Google Home ever.
So, today, we're announcing smart sound, a new audio experience powered by Google's AI.
It allows Max to adapt to you.
So, for example, if you set up a speaker in your wall, on a shelf, in a corner, fairly common places.
It could dramatically change the sound balance of the speaker and make the music sound muddy and the vocals lose clarity.
But with SmartSound, we automatically tune the speaker to correct for this effect using our machine learning model trained with thousands of different room configurations.
And what's really cool?
This is all done dynamically.
So if you decide to move Max a few feet It'll compensate within seconds.
Google Home Max will be available starting December for $399.
We've worked hard to combine the most helpful parts of a laptop, a tablet, and a smartphone to fit how we use technology today.
Meet Google Pixelbook.
The high performance Chromebook.
And we're [UNKNOWN] using Pixelbook as a tablet.
Is easiest to show your system what you need help with on your screen.
That's why we created the new Pixelbook Pen.
Just hold the pen's button And circle an image or text on the screen, and the assistant will take action.
When you are browsing through a blog and discover a new musician.
You can circle their photo, and the assistant will give you more information about them.
Pixelbook starts at $999.
And I'm really excited to share an entirely new type of camera that works with your Pixel.
We call it Google Clips.
When you're behind a camera, you look for people you care about.
You look for smiles.
You look for that moment your dog starts chasing her tail.
Clips does all of that for you.
And because the software is at the core of the camera, it's gonna get smarter over time.
Clips will be coming soon, and selling for $249.
So here it is.
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