Weekend poll: Which rumor gadget are you most excited to see on Google I / O?

Pixel 6a? A Detachable Nest Hub? Or something else?

Believe it or not, Google I / O is officially less than a month away, which means it’s time to start daydreaming about which gadgets can get a full disclosure. The company has often used its developer-focused conference to announce a whole new list of products worth checking out, and this year looks set to become one of its biggest yet. We have heard all sorts of rumors about what might be in the works, with one little thing that interests everyone.

There’s of course the Pixel 6a – it seems like a shoo-in, destined to become one of the best smartphones of the year. A more affordable version of the Pixel 6, complete with the same Tensor chip that impressed us last year. Sure, Google’s latest phones have been facing their fair share of issues lately, but there are plenty of reasons to be excited about this one.

Shockingly, the Pixel Watch – or whatever it ends up being called – also seems like a powerful option. After years of demand for fans and endless rumors, we can actually get our fingers in Google’s portable competitor to the Apple Watch. It will also mark the second device to launch with Wear OS 3, after last year’s Galaxy Watch4.

Okay, but what about everything else? There’s a cheap Chromecast on the way, a 1080p version of the excellent – yet imperfect – Chromecast with Google TV. A strange Nest Hub rumor surfaced a few weeks ago pointing to a detachable tablet that you could carry around the house or keep anchored in a counter-friendly bay. And then there‚Äôs the Pixel Fold, a competitor to Samsung’s Galaxy Z series that seems to be taking advantage of Android 12L’s improvements.

None of the latter pairs act as out-and-out guarantees, but they are committed to providing an exciting I / O when it launches in May. With just a few weeks left, which of these gadgets are you most excited about?

Which rumor gadget are you most excited to see on Google I / O next month?

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