On this week’s episode, we talk through leaks and how the sheer amount of them around the Pixel 4 have made Google’s upcoming hardware event a bit of an interesting proposition. At this point, what are they even going to say when they get on stage? And, with all these Pixel 4 leaks, it almost feels like everyone is getting a bit bored of them now.
Right in the middle of that malaise, however, we have fresh leaks of a new device from ASUS in the Flip C433 that we hope to see very soon. In sharp contrast to the leak fatigue felt by followers of the Pixel 4, these leaks have reignited the desire for this type of thing in the Chromebook space. With both FCC listings and new retail photos showing up, we’re extremely excited by ASUS’ latest flagship Chromebook.
We also talk a bit about the other Google hardware available now in the Nest Hub Max and upcoming in the Nest Home Mini that just passed through the FCC. The Nest Home Mini leaked a bit over a week ago and just passed through the FCC, so we now know that it is not just a rumor, but a real device likely bound for Google’s upcoming hardware event.
Finally, we discuss Stadia getting full Chrome support for the XBOX One S controller and Sony’s DualShock 4 as well including vibration over both wired and wireless connections. It is a packed show and we’re excited for you to listen along!
- Move over Pixel 4 – new leaked images of the upcoming ASUS Chromebook Flip C433 are here
- Google’s Nest Home Mini surfaces at the FCC and confirms its existence
- Chrome’s new feature will let you share your clipboard with synced devices
- October 15th may be the day we welcome the next Pixelbook into the world
- The latest Chromebook from ASUS is now priced to sell
- Nest Hub Max now available basically everywhere
- New ASUS Flagship Chromebook (C433) FCC filing: new info, photos and release date window
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