Google had an event this past week where it unveiled two new Nexus phones and Chromecast devices. The Nexus 5X is the smaller and less expensive phone, and the Nexus 6P is the more premium model with a larger 5.7" screen. These phones have decent specs for the price, with great cameras and screens, and big batteries. The new version of Android, code named Marshmallow, will be delivering better battery life as well.
Google also announced a Chromecast player for the TV, but perhaps more intriguing is Chromecast Audio. This is meant to connect to powered speakers for audio streaming throughout the house. Then you can use your smartphone to control the speakers through it. It only costs $35.
Lastly, Google announced a new tablet called the Pixel C. But Leo says that since the phone is big and capable enough, he doesn't feel the need for a tablet much anymore.