Google reveals Pixel Buds with instant translation
Our first pair of premium wireless headphones.
They're called, Google Pixel Buds.
With Pixel Buds, controlling your music is super simple because all of the controls are built into the right ear bud.
You simply tap to start and stop your music, or swipe forward and backwards to change the volume.
Now what's amazing is when you pair your pixel buds with pixel two, you get instant access to the Google assistant.
We optimize the experience to by quick and easy.
Just touch and hold the ear bud and ask your assistant to play music, play a text, or give walking directions.
They even give you access to a new real time translation experience.
It's an incredible application of google translate powered by machine learning, that's like having a personal translator by your side.
To show you how easy this experience is, I'd like to invite Isabel back on stage for a conversation in her native language Swedish.
Okay, hey Isabel, how's it going.
Isabel, ooh I like.
[FOREIGN] Absolutely okay, thank you.
What do you think of these cool new headphones.
My name is [INAUDIBLE]
Thank you, Isabel.
So with Pixel buds, I can use real-time Google translate to have a natural conversation in 40 languages.
Google Pixel buds come in a pocket-sized charging case
That provide up to five hours of listening time, with just one charge.
And they'll be available in November for $159, and preorders begin today.
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