Monday, 13 November 2017 () Despite the fun Google made at Apple’s expense last year (read: which Google repeated itself this year), it seems to be drawing almost identical plan of action maps. First drop the headphone jack, and then launch a crazy-impressive set of new headphone to distract the audience from all the inconvenience caused. But while Apple included a 3.5mm to lightning adapter with its iPhones, Google has done no such thing. So, in all probability, Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL owners have till now just been waiting for the Buds to go on sale to listen to music. Fortunately for them, that time is here. As reported by 9to5Google, early orders of Google Pixel Buds are now shipping. Going by the
The true wireless earbud revolution, which has only recently shifted into high gear, has been dominated by Apple’s AirPods. They’re less expensive and easier to use than most competitors. The hope was that Google would jump into the fray with its own true wireless buds, and offer Apple some real...
The Pixel Buds, Google's $159 headphones designed to compete with Apple's AirPods, finally launched this week so we thought we'd pit the two devices against one... MacRumours.com - Computer IndustryAlso reported by •ExtremeTech •MacNewsWorld
When Google unveiled its Pixel Buds in October, they promised to be a futuristic take on wireless headphones.
But in real life, Pixel Buds fall... Business Insider - TechnologyAlso reported by •ExtremeTech
Apple's AirPods pair perfectly with iPhones, but what do you get if you own a Google Pixel 2? As of now, that's a no-brainer: Pixel Buds.
Google's own take on... Mashable - InternetAlso reported by •USATODAY.com •The Verge •The Age •BGR India
Google has set out to make its mark on the headphone world with Pixel Buds — wireless headphones that can control your phone and claim to translate... SFGate - BusinessAlso reported by •The Age •New Zealand Herald
Some of the first major reviews of Google's Pixel Buds have emerged, mostly espousing a favorable opinion of the AirPods competitors, albeit with some tough... AppleInsider - Computer IndustryAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald