Every single product announced at today’s event in San Francisco has been placed up on the Google Store today. That includes the Pixel phones, Google Home, the Daydream View VR headset, the Chromecast Ultra and Google WiFi.

With all that hardware up on that virtual shelf, though, it’s goodbye to the old wares that have been gathering dust lately. That includes the Nexus 5X and 6P smartphones. Both phones are still available, however, on Project Fi, starting at $199 and $499, respectively. The Pixel phones are also now available on Project Fi.

Android Police also points out a few VR omissions including the Mattel View-Master starter pack and the Google Tech C1-Glass VR Viewer. The Dell Chromebook 13 and the NVIDIA Shield player have also shuffled off the Google Store board. You may get all those products on Amazon or, in the case of the Chromebook, at Dell’s website.

Via: Android Police

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