Google Unveils Intuitive AI-Assisted Sweat-Proof Wireless Earbuds

Oct 17, 2019

Category: Tech

True wireless earbuds are all the rage right now, and since Apple debuted its infamous Airpod variant in 2016, the giant’s throne has been up for contention. While few have come close to securing the title, Google’s newest project — a pair well-rounded Pixel Buds — is sure to give the monolithic brand a run for its money.

The Google Pixel Buds are designed with minimalism in mind, offering listeners a decidedly sleek, attractive variant of the traditional wireless earbud for everyday use. They feature a capable 12-millimeter dynamic speaker driver, built-in sensors for easy access to Google Assistant, and a customizable, secure fit that’s been tailored from thousands of proprietary ear scans. They’re sweat and water-resistant, making them a perfect choice for the gym, and even feature quality-of-life upgrades like real-time translation, hands-free calling, and navigation for use as an everyday peripheral. Head to Google’s website for more information; and while you’re there, you can sign up to be notified about the Pixel Buds’ impending release.

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