Google's big October 4th event was just earlier this week and there was quite a few exciting things to see. Google officially unveiled their brand-new smartphones for 2016, the Pixel and the Pixel XL, alongside a few more hardware products that were suspected to be coming, yet not confirmed, and one product which had been shown off earlier in the year. The first of these remaining pieces of hardware is the Chromecast Ultra, a new model of Google's popular streaming media device, although unlike the standard model which is still available, the new Chromecast Ultra lives up to its namesake and delivers Ultra HD content, (4K) as well as as HDR content support, and a design that still looks pretty similar to the 2015 model, yet with a bit of refinement.
Google also unveiled Google Wifi, a new modular router solution that allows people to add multiple router points to a home in a mesh technology-based setup to make sure that they get the best possible wireless coverage all over the home. Google Wifi can be purchased in a three-pack for those who want total home coverage, if they feel they need it, but it can also be purchased as a single unit as well. Not to be forgotten was Daydream View, Google's first Daydream VR headset which begins shipping later this year, complete with a few different available color options and a growing library of launch content. Lastly, but certainly not least, Google launched Google Home which was initially announced back during Google I/O in May. Google Home is powered by Google Assistant, the powerful AI technology that enables users to do anything from playing music on connected speakers to turning on compatible lights in any room in the home. It can do other more simple things, too, like just answering your questions, much like you would get in the way of results via a regular Google Search query. Of course, they're spoken instead of being a list of links, making it all the more convenient as Google Home enables all kinds of hands-free functionality. With all of the cool new products now out in the open, some were available for purchase while others were available for pre-order and one or two are not yet available for either. With that said, which new Google product from the event did you buy or will you end up buying?