Today, it was Google's time to shine in the tech community for their products. Google announced three new products, the Pixel 3 and 3XL, Google Home Hub, and Pixel Slate. Let's talk briefly about each product in this post.
The Pixel Slate is the new PixelBook from last year. This product is a tablet and PC like experience with ChromeOS. You can even run full on Linux apps. The display is big with a 12.3" screen. It is 7.0mm thin and even has a fingerprint sensor on the power button. The device only comes in one color, Midnight Blue. This photo shows you the price and some internal specs.
Google Home Hub:
Earlier this summer, Lenovo made a smart display like Amazon did, but with Google Assistant. Rumors were that Google was going to make their own, and they did. This smart display cost's $199 and has tons of features like watching YouTube and showing you your calendar or photos. The Hub also does not have a camera. The display is 7" and has a nice bright display for the morning and a nice low light display for the night. The Google Home Hub comes in three colors, Chalk, Charcoal, Aqua, and Sand.
Google Pixel 3 and 3XL:
Last but certainly not least is the Google Pixel 3 and 3XL. If you were wondering, the rumors were true with the notch. This year's devices both had OLED displays. The regular size Pixel 3 is a 5.5" display while as the Pixel 3XL has a 6.3." The colors come in Just Black, Clearly White, and Not Pink. Both phones have the same specs, but with a different battery sizes and display sizes. Now available on the Pixel phones is wireless charging because of an all new glass back. Prices start at $799. Lastly, a new accessory for the phones is the Pixel Stand, a cool new way to charge wirelessly.