Google shares promotional videos of all the devices launched at the Pixel event yesterday

Last night Google unveiled a bunch of devices including the much-anticipated Pixel 3 among others. Google has now posted a couple of promotional videos o3n YouTube showcasing these new devices.

Google Home Hub

Google announced the Hub as a way to compete with Amazon Echo in the smart speaker marketspace. The Google Hub comes with Google Assistant built-in. With the new Home Hub, you can get hands free help that you can hear and see. You can just say “Hey Google” to get step-by-step recipes, watch how-to videos, listen to music, check your calendar, and more. You can even add to your shopping list or make a purchase with Google Express.

Google Pixel 3/XL

Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL were the most anticipated (most leaked) devices. Both the devices come with the same spec sheet which includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB storage. The device will have Android Pie out of the box. Google is also bundling the USB Type-C earphones and a lot of dongles to make up for the missing headphone jack.

Pixel Slate

Google announced the new Pixel Slate as its competitor to Microsoft Surface Pro. The Pixel Slate comes with a 3:2 aspect ratio and 293 ppi display. It also measures just 7mm thin and 1.6 lbs. It is powered by 8th Gen Intel Core m3, i5 or i7 Processor, or Intel Celeron Processor and 8/16GB of RAM for your performance needs. The Pixel Slate comes with support for active stylus enabling users to use inking features.

Pixel Stand

With the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Google also announced Pixel Stand which works as a docking station as well as a wireless charger. The Pixel Stand would allow users to use their phone as a smart speaker as well.

All the new devices launched by Google will be available for pre-order on the Google Store. The Pixel State, however, will be available offline in the UK, US and Canada.

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