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All the new products from Google’s event in one handy list

Google today pulled the sheets off a bevy of new products including their new Nexus phones, a redesigned Chromecast, an all-new Chromecast Audio device, along with updates to several of their popular apps. They also delivered a sneak peek at the intriguing Chromebook Pixel C (a keyboard-enabled answer to Apple’s iPad Pro, it seemed.)

Here’s a quick recap of the most important specs and features of each of these devices.

Nexus 6P

Display: 5.7-inch AMOLED display (2560×1440 @ 518ppi) with Gorilla Glass 4
Processor: 64-bit octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 (v2.1)
RAM: 3GB
OS: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Internal storage: 32GB / 64GB / 128GB (no expansion possible)
Primary camera: 12.3MP with f/2.0 aperture and 1.55 micron pixel size, IR laser-assisted autofocus and 4K video recording (no optical image stabilization)
Front camera: 8MP
Connector: Micro USB Type-C
Battery: 3,450 mAh (no wireless charging)
Size: 159.4 x 77.8 x 7.3mm
Weight: 178g
Key features: Fingerprint sensor, dual front speakers, optimized battery with doze mode and motion detection for smartly reducing power consumption, 30fps primary camera burst mode, larger camera sensor pixels for better low-light performance
Pricing: $499.99 (32GB), $549 (64GB) and $649 (128GB)

Nexus 5X

Display: 5.2-inch LCD display (1920×1080 @ 424ppi) with Gorilla Glass 3
Processor: 64-bit hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 with Adreno 418 GPU
RAM: 2GB LPDDR3
OS: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Internal storage: 16GB / 32GB (no expansion possible)
Primary camera: 12.3MP with f/2.0 aperture and 1.55 micron pixel size, IR laser-assisted autofocus and 4K video recording (no optical image stabilization)
Front camera: 5MP with f/2.2 aperture
Connector: Micro USB Type-C
Battery: 2,700 mAh (no wireless charging)
Size: 147.0 x 72.6 x 7.9 mm
Weight: 136g
Key features: Fingerprint sensor, dual front speakers, optimized battery with doze mode and motion detection for smartly reducing power consumption, 30fps primary camera burst mode, larger camera sensor pixels for better low-light performance, three color options (Carbon black, Quartz white and Ice blue)
Pricing: $379.99 (16GB)

New Chromecast

– Available in three colors, at the same $35 price as the current version.
– 802.11ac 5GHz WiFi support with three efficient antennas that select the best radio frequency for optimal video streaming performance
– Smartphone games can be played on Chromecast on both Android and iOS along with multiplayer support. New games include WGT Golf, Monopoly Here and Now (with 4 player support).
– Able to pre-fetch the subsequent episode based on what’s being currently watched.
– A redesigned app that helps simplify the discoverability of new content.
– Background photos can now be pulled from a local store, Facebook and Flickr as well.

Chromecast Audio

– A new product that connects to existing conventional speakers (via a 3.5mm AUX port) to stream songs over a WiFi network.
– It is controlled via an Android or Apple smartphone
– Features Android Wear support for navigating tracks
– Will enable multi-room, multi-user playback with no botheration of phone notification tones
– Priced at $35; the same as the Chromecast

Chromebook Pixel C

– Consists of 10.2-inch (2560×1800 pixels @ 308ppi screeen) tablet that can be paired with a special physical keyboard.
– The two interface via Bluetooth, and physically couple magnetically.
– The tablet is based on an Nvidia Tegra X1 quad core processor with a Maxwell GPU and 3GB LPDDR4 RAM
– USB Type-C port, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
– The keyboard has an 18.8mm keyboard pitch and 1.4mm key travel for comfortable typing
– The tablet inductively charges keyboard as it is attached. Even without charging the keyboard is claimed to last over 2 months with regular daily usage.
– It integrates four mics that enable far-field voice voice input, so you can talk to it from across the room.
– Software updates promised every 6 weeks.
– Slated to be available during the holiday season later this year.
– Price: $499 (32GB Tablet), $599 (64GB Tablet), $149 (Keyboard, sold separately).

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