New Google Pixel products unveiled with enterprise implications

Google recently unveiled a series of new Google Pixel products that could make an impact on enterprise customers. The new products include the Google Pixelbook, Google Pixel 2 smartphone, Google Pixel Buds, and Google Home Mini and Max.

Here’s more information from Google about the new products and what they could offer to enterprise users.

Google Pixelbook

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The Google Pixelbook is a new high-performance Chromebook that combines the features of a laptop, tablet, and smartphone. It features a versatile design, so you can use it as a laptop or flip it so that it functions more as a touchscreen tablet. It also uses Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and has plenty of RAM so you can easily multitask on the device without dealing with sluggish performance. Other features include a 10-hour battery life and 512 GB of storage.

Google Pixel 2

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The Pixel 2 is a new smartphone in the Google Pixel line. It features a powerful camera that captures dynamic images and crisp video. It also integrates machine learning and augmented reality features, along with the Google Assistant functionality. There’s also a larger version — the Pixel 2 XL. Both models are powered by Android 8.0 Oreo.

Google Pixel Buds

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The Pixel Buds are wireless headphones that let you do more than just listen to music. The right earbud features swiping controls so you can adjust the volume and other settings. You can also press the right earbud to access the Google Voice Assistant to play music, make phone calls, or even get directions.

Google Home Mini and Max

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Finally, the Google Home Mini and Max are new products in the Google Home family of products. Both products are designed to fit in around a home or office and give users access to Google Voice Assistant. Google Home Mini is the basic version, while Max integrates AI and Smart Sound technology.

Annie Pilon

Annie Pilon is a freelance writer specializing in topics related to business, marketing, social media, and tech. She has a degree in journalism and marketing from Columbia College Chicago and currently works and lives in Michigan.

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