All-new Pixel Buds

Google released its Pixel Buds in 2017. They sounded decent, but our reviewer ran into some connectivity issues and found them uncomfortable to wear. 

But 2019 has been a year of assistant-equipped AirPod competitors, from Amazon’s Echo Buds to Microsoft’s Cortana-enabled Surface Earbuds. 

On Tuesday, Google threw its hat into the ring with the All-New Pixel Buds. Unlike its predecessor of two years ago, the new pair is “truly wireless” — meaning there’s no cord connecting the two earbuds.

The buds also have hands-free Google Assistant and support a long-range Bluetooth connection. You can stay connected from up to three rooms of a house away indoors or up to a football field outside, according to the company. 

Google claims that the new Pixel Buds will have five hours battery life, while the case will carry 24. And with built-in microphones, the buds can adjust their volume to your surroundings to give you the best audio experience. 

You can buy the new Pixel Buds in Spring 2020 for $179. 

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