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(Pocket-lint) - Google's annual 'Made by Google' hardware event is done and dusted.

The entire show was live-streamed on YouTube so that you could watch the action unfold for yourself online. Here's how you can watch the event after it has completed, plus everything the company announced.

When is Google's event?

The Made by Google event - aka Pixel 4 event - started at 10am ET on 15 October.

How to watch Google's event online

You can watch the stream via the video at the top of this page. Google kept the live-stream available.

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What to expect from Google's event

Google asked the press to come "see a few new things Made by Google", a tagline it's used before. Here's all the hardware it announced:

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Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL

Google has taken the wraps off its 2019 phones, revealing the often-leaked Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 X. They both have an OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate, although Google says this is adaptive, changing to suit what you're viewing so it doesn't drain the battery life. The Pixel 4 will have a 5.7-inch display, while the Pixel 4 XL will have a 6.3-inch display. 

The Pixel 4 will cost $799 and the Pixel 4 XL will be $899; in the UK, the Pixel 4 is £669 while the Pixel 4 XL is £829. Shipping will start on 24 October.

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Google Nest Mini

The Google Nest Mini was announced at Google's Made by Google event. It's a great little device, offering the power of Google Assistant in a small, puck-like speaker. It's the smallest in the Google Home portfolio, followed by the Google Home, Home Max, Nest Hub, and Nest Hub Max. The device is available to pre-order from 15 October. It will cost $49 - the same as the Google Home Mini.

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Nest Wifi

Google Nest Wifi is made up of two different wireless network points. One of them is the Nest Wifi router, the other is the Nest Wifi point. The former plugs into your modem, and emits the wireless signal, while the second is what expands the signal to fill a larger space: creating one single, bigger network. This is the first hardware follow up to Google Wifi, and promises even better performance than the original system. 

Nest Wifi is available to pre-order as a two pack from today for $269, with shipping starting on 4 November. There's also a three pack being sold for $349 for those with larger homes. UK pricing hasn't been announced for the kits yet, but the single Wifi points cost £129 on their own. 

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Pixelbook Go

Google announced Pixelbook Go, a Chrome OS laptop. There's a smooth matte finish on the 13mm-thick notebook and a wavy, ridged surface on one side that Google is calling a 'grippable bottom'. There will be a range of configurations available, starting with the Intel Core m3 with 8GB RAM and 64GB of storage, ranging up to Core i7 with 16GB RAM and 256GB storage for a cool $1399.

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Pixel Buds 2

Google announced an all-new set of Pixel Buds that are flush with the ear and have adaptive sound. There's ambient noise passthrough, beam-forming mics, all-new speaker tech, and hands-free access to Google Assistant. Battery-wise, they offer 5 hours of continuous listening with up to 24 hours from the wireless charging case which also has a USB-C connector.

They'll cost $179, but they're not available until early 2020.

Writing by Maggie Tillman. Originally published on 17 September 2019.