At a launch event in California, Google (GOOGL) just revealed its answer to Apple's (AAPL) AirPods: the Google Pixel Buds.
With the Pixel Buds, users will be able to access music, make a phone call and even get directions with one touch of the right ear bud. Unlike Apple's AirPods, users will also be able to change the volume with the right ear bud.
More excitingly, Google Translate will also be available on the Pixel Buds, which will allow users to translate languages in real time.
While the buds will only last five hours on one charge, an included charging case allows for multiple charges, meaning you can listen all day on-the-go, as long as you're willing to lug it around with you.
The ear buds will come in three different colors, white, blue and black and will be available in the U.S in November for $159.
Will you be picking up a pair?
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