Google's lineup of gadgets at this year's keynote was pretty impressive, with the exciting Pixelbook and Pixel 2 and 2 XL smartphones, but one of the most notable demonstrations was when they showed off their 'Airpods killer'; the Pixel Buds, and its ability to translate language for you in real time.
The Pixel Buds are designed to connect to your Pixel 2 and connect you directly to Google Assistant. You're then able to play music, get directions, call a friend, and most impressively translate languages.
Translating is a breeze, you can ask it, for instance, "help me speak in Japanese" and the device will display your sentences on your Pixel 2 in Japanese. When the other person replies your Pixel Buds will listen and translate it for you in your native language.
Th Pixel Buds will come in ‘Black’, ‘Clearly White’, and ‘Kinda Blue’—will start rolling out across the United States, Canada, UK, Germany, Australia, and Singapore in November and can now be pre-ordered. Check out the demonstration video below.
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