Google Pixel Buds

Rich audio, clear calls, all‑day battery, and hands‑free help from Google Assistant.1 Brilliant sound. All around. With custom-designed 12 mm dynamic speaker drivers, Google Pixel Buds deliver high-quality audio. Audio that adapts. As you move between noisy and quiet places, Adaptive Sound adjusts the volume to fit your surroundings so you don’t have to.2 Clear calls. Built-in sensors and mics…

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        Rich audio, clear calls, all ‑ day battery, and hands ‑ free help from Google Assistant. 1

        Brilliant sound. All around.     

        With custom-designed 07 mm dynamic speaker drivers, Google Pixel Buds deliver high-quality audio.     

        Audio that adapts.     

        As you move between noisy and quiet places, Adaptive Sound adjusts the volume to fit your surroundings so you don’t have to. 2

        Clear calls.     

        Built-in sensors and mics focus on your voice, so if you’re on a call in a busy city, you’ll be heard loud and clear. 3

        Thoughtfully designed from ear to ear.     

        Google Pixel Buds are designed for your comfort, based on scans of thousands of ears.
You get a customizable, secure fit while the spatial vent keeps you open to the world around you.     

        Secure fit.     

        Built with a three point anchor system, Google Pixel Buds combines premium comfort with a great fit to keep your earbuds secure even when working out.     

        Touch control.     

        You can tap to play and pause, swipe to change the volume, and so much more.     

        Spatial wind.     

        A small opening reduces the plugged-ear feeling and helps you stay aware.     

        Touch control.     

        You can tap to play and pause, swipe to change the volume, and so much more.     

        Secure fit.     

        Built with a three point anchor system, Google Pixel Buds combines premium comfort with a great fit to keep your earbuds secure even when working out.     

        Spatial wind.     

        A small opening reduces the plugged-ear feeling and helps you stay aware.     

        Sweat and water resistant.     

        Google Pixel Buds aren’t afraid of a little water, so rainy days and sweaty workouts are no problem. 4

        Get help on the go.     

        “Hey Google, text Mom, ‘on our way’”     

        Just start with “Hey Google” to send messages, get directions, or play your workout playlist, all hands ‑ free. 5

        Get real-time translations right in your ear, 6 whether you’re ordering dinner in Tokyo or visiting your multilingual family.     

        Everything you need to cut the cord.     

        Pair up quickly.     

        With Google Pixel, pair them with just a single tap. 7 Google Pixel Buds also easily connect with any Bluetooth® 4.0+ laptops, tablets, Android, and iOS devices. 8

        Power up easily.     

        Charge your Pixel Buds case with a USB-C cable or on a compatible wireless charging pad. 9

        Listen all day long.     

        Get up to 5 hours with a single charge, or bring the charging case with you to enjoy up to 20 hours of listening without worry. 04

        Find your earbuds.     

        Don’t worry about misplacing your Google Pixel Buds. Use Find My Device to locate the earbuds by making them ring. 06

Reviews

  1. bnt

    “We aren’t in your region yet” – OK, I’ll go back to my AirPods then.

  2. erk__

    For people that cannot access the website: I guess this is what the link points to tomsguide.com/news/pixel-buds-2

    It is pretty annoying that I get redirected away from the site because they don't have them in Denmark.

  3. a254613e

    What's up with google and their inability to:

    A. Launch products, both software and hardware, worldwide (or at least majority of countries).

    B. Launch products with clear dates and not just "Join a waiting list". At least in German store that's the only option.

  4. timvdalen

    The connecting cord is my favorite part of my Pixel Buds (1).

  5. smhg

    This is probably a better (location independent) link:

    blog.google/products/pixel-buds/pixel-buds-now-available

  6. samcrawford

    "Get real-time translations right in your ear". This immediately made me think of the babelfish from Hitchhiker's Guide. Looking forward to reading some reviews of these.

  7. orliesaurus

    I wonder how much electro magnetic radiation they will emit…there were quite a few scaremongering videos out there about the airpods…or bluetooth headphones in general.

    The issue is that most people (that I've noticed in the US) just have them in their ears ALL DAY.
    The earbuds/airbuds/headhphones are connected to cellular phones (and hence transmitting just to stay connected).

    That CAN'T be good for your ears/brain…Not an doctor myself but just common sense I believe?
    Anyone has any idea…am I just tripping?

  8. tomerbd

    I'm using wired, I keep getting pain whenever I use wireless earphones with radiation.

  9. clusmore

    Off-topic but this website is such a blatant rip-off of the AirPods Pro landing page[1] (EDIT: Discussed at the time [2]), and I _hate_ the UX. I'm not sure what device this is optimised for, but it requires a tonn of scrolling, it's janky, you end up scrolling past the info you want, it breaks basic functionality like Ctrl+F. Why not just make a video instead of a webpage, since that's clearly the effect they're going for?

    [1]: apple.com/airpods-pro/
    [2]: news.ycombinator.com/item?id=21378754

  10. gadnuk

    Is there a reason they announced this a few hours before earnings?

    They look good, but I don't see it on par with the AirPods that have noise cancellation, sweat and water resistance. And given Google's inability to support their hardware products past a few years, doubt these would take off (but I hope they do).

  11. hnarn

    I recently bought an iPhone SE after entertaining the thought of maybe waiting for the new Pixel phone. For reasons already mentioned by others here, I feel like I'm done with Google hardware. The iPhone is by no means perfect and sure, it restricts me in what software I can download and use, but at least it works. I don't want to run obscure adb commands, follow online tutorials or try other roms from xda-developers anymore for basic functionality to work because my device software is badly done, abandoned or both. I'm too old for that, and the SE is decently priced too for what you get.

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