Is Google’s ecosystem push too much too fast? Let’s debate.

Google Pixel ecosystem with Pixel 7, Pixel Watch, Pixel Buds Pro, Pixel tablet in grey and green

Credit: Rita El Khoury / Android Authority

Google flooded I/O 2022 with hardware announcements. While we were already expecting to see the Pixel 6a and the Pixel Watch, we were surprised by the promised return to the tablet ecosystem with the Pixel Tablet. Google now has its fingers in many different pies, from smartphones to earbuds, tablets to smartwatches, smart home devices to laptops, and possibly even foldable devices sometime in the future.

It begs the question: Is Google getting ahead of itself by pushing into new product categories all at once? Or is it finally getting serious about creating a cohesive ecosystem, one that it’ll be able to nail down to a T? Android Authority‘s Adamya and Rita present both sides of the argument.


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