Here is an interesting story that is twilight zone bizarre. Did you know that the bestselling new charcoal grill on Amazon is the Google Pixel Buds Pro? The true wireless earbuds have plenty of great features, including real-time language translation, active noise cancellation to cut out background noise, transparency mode to let background noise through, assistant integration, long battery life, and spatial audio (3D surround sound) to be added later this year. But nowhere in the feature list for the Pixel Buds Pro is anything about the earbuds that can grill a hamburger.
Amazon calls the Pixel Buds Pro its best-selling charcoal grill
with the handle “freddiega” found the Pixel Buds Pro at the top of an Amazon page listing several new charcoal grills offered by the online retailer. Figuring out what caused this hilarious problem isn’t that hard. One of the color options available for the $199.99 Pixel Buds Pro is Charcoal, which clearly confused Amazon to the point where the algorithms thought the Pixel Buds Pro is currently the highest-rated new charcoal grill available through Amazon’s app and website.
Imagine how good a burger will taste after being grilled on the Pixel Buds Pro
Amazon’s listing for the Pixel Buds Pro lists expert assembly for $99 and states that a technician cannot connect the device to an external fuel source. Sure, you really can’t use your Pixel Buds Pro to grill up a burger, but when they release on July 28, they’ll provide users with the kind of features you’d expect from a “Pro” tier of earbuds.