Google announced the latest version of its marquee smart phone on Tuesday, but also two other significant new devices that could win market share versus rivals.

As expected, the Pixel 3 and its slightly larger cousin the Pixel 3 XL both sport excellent front- and rear- facing cameras and a slew of cool new photo features, and are strongly integrated with Google's strengths of voice recognition, artificial intelligence, video and search. And the Pixel 3's starting price tag is just $799, making it very competitive with Apple's recently-announced new line-up of iPhone X's.

But the Alphabet (GOOGL) subsidiary also unveiled a new tablet computer called the Google Pixel Slate and a voice-controlled device for the home that can control all your smart gadgets and appliances. Are the new devices worth upgrading and/or switching to? Watch our video to see more. 

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