The 2022 Google I / O began strongly when Google introduced a lot of hardware. It introduced the new Pixel 6a and left the lamires out of what we can expect from the Pixel 7, the Pixel Tablet and the long-awaited Pixel Watch. But Pixel Buds Pro was one of the highlights of the event.
After Pixel Buds, Google really introduced it reward, compete with the best. These Pixel Buds Pro are the first technology giant to feature active noise reduction.
Google Pixel Buds Pro promises to adapt to your ears
In addition to a 6-core sound processor, they have custom algorithms for noise reduction. Also noteworthy is a feature called “Silent Seal” that recognizes the shape of your ears and better attenuates external noise.
In terms of sound, they have 11 mm drivers and an equalizer that adjusts to the volume level if you wish. In addition to noise reduction, they also have a transparency mode to hear the environment.
The Google Pixel Buds Pro has a pressure sensor
One of the best features of these Pixel Buds Pro is that they have a pressure sensor. This allows them to measure the pressure in your ears and relieve it to stay comfortable. Now there is something we can only prove with tests.
As you might guess, they have a hands-free Google Assistant and real-time translation. In addition to the touch controllers, they also have an IPX4 resistor in the headphones and an IPX2 resistor in the case.
Google Pixel Buds Pro Multipoint with Bluetooth
One of the best features is multipoint Bluetooth, so you can connect them to two devices at the same time. Without active noise reduction, they promise 7 hours of autonomy, which extends to 11 hours when it is off.
With the charging case, users can wait 20 hours of battery life with active noise reduction or 31 hours with it off. In addition to USB-C charging, they also charge wirelessly.
Pixel Buds Pro will be available starting July 21 for $ 199 in the United States. Availability in Portugal is not expected.
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