When Google’s wireless headphones, the Pixel Buds, went on sale last year, they were only available in the United States and Canada. But availability has expanded in a big way.
As first reported today by Android Police, Google has launched the Pixel Buds in three new countries: Australia, Germany, and the United Kingdom. In Australia, the headphones are priced at $249 AUD; in Germany, they’ll set you back €179; and, in the United Kingdom, the Pixel Buds cost £159.
In the United States, the Pixel Buds are priced at $159, and with the current exchange rate, that means the wireless headphones go for about $195 to $220 depending on the international market of choice.
The Pixel Buds have a wire between the two earbuds, but they connect wirelessly to your smartphone of choice via Bluetooth. Google Assistant is baked right in, and if you have a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, you get on the fly Google Translation features as well.
Have you picked up Google’s Pixel Buds yet?