Google Cardboard 2.0 gets a boost from a major redesign
Posted On July 18, 2021
It’s no secret that Google Cardboards have been getting a lot of love lately, especially from tech companies like Apple and Amazon.
But a major overhaul of the popular tablet is being seen as the perfect addition to the brand.
Google has announced a brand new design for its cardboard-like tablet called Google Cardboons, which should help the device’s overall design, battery life, and compatibility with the Pixel, Pixel XL, and Pixel C line of devices.
The new Google Cardphones are designed to resemble cardboard computer screens, but instead of being made from plastic or metal, they’re made from cardboard, plastic, and rubber.
They’re also a bit more durable than other cardboard devices like the Nexus 7 and the Surface Pro 5, and offer a wider screen size than those devices.
Google will be rolling out a limited number of Cardboones starting in early 2017, and we’re going to be covering their launch, price, and features in this article.
But here’s a big announcement for you.
The new Google Cards are coming to Google Play soon, and it’s the first time we’ve seen them at full price.
They are priced at $19.99, but you can get them as a $9.99 upgrade if you already own the Google Cardbook, Pixel Book, Pixel Tablet, Pixel 2, Pixel, and 3.
Google says that the Cardboos are “designed with a high-quality design and are made from durable and flexible materials,” and that they can be “used to interact with the digital world.”
The company will be releasing the Google Cards in early September, and the company is also introducing an Android 8.0 Oreo tablet with the same hardware.
Google is also offering two new Google Maps apps, Pixel Maps and Google Street View, in the new Cardboo.