"I think Google's hardware move is more interesting when it comes to new form factors and post-smartphone experiences", Husson said.
Google's presentation kicks off at 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET, with CNET's preshow starting 30 minutes early.
The page also briefly displayed what appears to be Google's upcoming Pixel 2 XL, according to 9to5 Google.More news: Falcons lose to Buffalo Bills 17-23
For a brief shining moment Walmart allowed anyone with a quick clicker finger to pre-order Google's next smart speaker, the Google Home Mini. This smaller version of Google Home is priced at $49 and has all the features that the standard Home features.
Google Home Mini has already made an appearance on Walmart's website, thanks to the accidental listing by the retail giant. Just as the Google Home was Google's answer to the Amazon Echo, the Google Home Mini is expected to be a Google version of an Amazon Echo Dot. It also confirms the original leaks claim of three models, ranging between 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB sizes for storage (which the Droid Life leak claimed would cost $1,199, $1,399, and $1,749, respectively). Google is also expected to introduce its high-end Chromebook called the Pixelbook at the event. It doesn't seem any other Pixelbook details were leaked through the reseller. All come with Core i5 processors, and pricing starts at $1,199 and goes to $1,749.
The Velvetiere will be in San Francisco to bring you the latest news and updates on Wednesday, October 4th, when Google unveil these new exciting products.