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Thread: Pixel Buds, smart earbuds, Google Inc., Mountain View, California, USA

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    Pixel Buds, smart earbuds, Google Inc., Mountain View, California, USA

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    Google Pixel Buds on Wikipedia

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    Google Pixel Buds: AI-powered headphones

    Published on Oct 4, 2017

    Google is taking on the Apple AirPods with its own Bluetooth headphones, Pixel Buds. They sit around your neck and they talk to the Google Assistant. Dieter Bohn has this exclusive first look.

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    Google Pixel Buds speaking translator |Translate language instantly

    Published on Oct 4, 2017

    No hassling in Bluetooth settings—just one tap and you're off. If you get a Pixel, the integration goes even further. Google Pixel Buds and You can say "help me speak French," and start speaking and listening through Google Translate.

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    Google Pixel Buds first look

    Published on Oct 5, 2017

    Google now makes its own earbuds, but are the Assistant-enabled Pixel Buds any good? Here are our first impressions!

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    See how Pixel Buds translate languages instantly

    Published on Oct 5, 2017

    CNET's Lexy Savvides and Sean Hollister try out the instant translation feature for Google's new Pixel Buds.

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    Google Pixel Buds review

    Published on Nov 16, 2017

    Google's Pixel Buds get a few of the basics right when it comes to wireless earbuds. Language translation via the Google Translate app is helpful in a pinch, and the Google Assistant experience is genuinely fast and fun. But these $159 earbuds are fussy, from the way that they fit in your ears to the way that they fit in the case. And not everyone will love the open design, which lets lots of outside noise in. The Pixel Buds are Google's first attempt at making wireless earbuds, and it shows.

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    DON'T buy the Google Pixel Buds

    Published on Feb 7, 2018

    The Google Pixel Buds are a cool concept but the execution feels a little underwhelming. For me, the fit isn't ideal and the lack of a fully wireless design puts them a step behind other options. The translation potential is HUGE but at the moment functionality is almost identical to the Google translate app on it's own. Hopefully generation 2 addresses some of these shortcomings to help justify the price tag. At this point I wouldn't recommend buying the Google Pixel Buds.

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