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Google Pixel Buds now available in Ireland for €199

Google Pixel Buds now available in Ireland for €199
John Reilly
  • On July 13, 2020
  • https://www.theeffect.net

Google has just announced that their second generation Pixel Buds are now available to purchase on the official Google Store in Ireland. Coming in at €199 for a pair of the new earbuds, they’re slightly more expensive then your usual wireless earbuds options (not including the premium options from the likes of Sony and Sennheiser) but they are packing some of the Google smarts you’ve come to expect from a Pixel product.

Some of the key features users can expect from the new Pixel Buds include ‘Adaptive Sound’, ​which adjusts the volume on the fly as you move between quiet and noisy environments, so you don’t have to constantly raise or lower the volume. This comes in handy if you’re moving from the quiet of your home or office to somewhere noisy, such as a city street, a busy café or public transport.

 

Google Pixel Buds Adaptive Sound

 

Another cool feature is the real time translations you can perform, thanks to Google Translate. ​You can just say, “Hey Google, help me speak Japanese” to start a conversation in Japanese for example so it’s meant to help you find your way around foreign countries or stay in touch with multilingual family and friends.

 

We’ve recently received a pair of the new Pixel Buds to test out and will have our full review live very soon but, early impressions are that they offer some pretty impressive sound quality, sleek design for both the buds and case and they are extremely easy to use with their responsive touch controls and ease of access to Google Assistant.

Keep an eye out on our site and social channels for our full review but, if you can’t wait until then, you can pick up your own pair of Google Pixel Buds via this link.

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