Google unveils Pixelbook Go, Stadia, headphones

Tuesday, 15. October 2019 16:40

Google unveiled on Tuesday it’s new laptop computer Pixelbook Go. The company said it is lighter than its previous Pixel Book, has 15% of longer battery life and by design is made from sustainable materials. As designer Ivy Ross explained they used "new materials and reduced the amount of hardware the user has to buy each year."

Google also presented its new gaming platform Stadia that will go live on November 19. This is a precedent while it enables the user to play games "wherever, whenever" – on the phone, TV or computer. The company previously said that a package consisting of its Chromecast digital media player, a controller and three months of the Stadia service will cost $129.99, with the controller alone costing $69.

The company also presented "revolutionary floating" Pixel buds – the smallest on the market yet with the range of "one football field."

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