Could be creepy, but Google’s arguing it is not: “It seems like a camera, possesses a symptom whether it is on, so people find out what it truly is as well as what it can do,” says Juston, “and the many machine learning is for the device itself, so nothing leaves it up until you choose it to.”
It’s “coming soon” for $249.
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There’s more. Juston Payne turns on stage to add the upgraded Daydream View headset, with new lenses and new fabrics. They have over 250 VR titles (along with the Guardian, natch), and you may now cast your VR experience towards the TV. That’ll cost $99.
Google’s also offering some wireless headphones, to produce up for that lack of headphone jack for the Pixel 2. Called Pixel Buds, they’re not truly headphones