In January, Google introduced the new Google Lid.
Now, it’s available at nearly all of its locations, including most major retailers.
I picked up the Lid for $70 on a whim, and I’ll admit that I was a bit skeptical at first.
Google LIDs are basically just plastic bags that hold a plastic cover, so they’re not really meant to hold a lot of liquids, or anything that needs to be filled.
But they’re also pretty handy for storing large amounts of liquid, and when I needed a small enough container to hold something like a bottle of water, I got the Lids.
The Lid comes with a metal case and a USB charger.
The Lid is pretty sturdy, but it’s not the best option for storing a large amount of liquid.
The lid is made from plastic, so it’s pretty hard to pop open.
Also, when I tried to put the lid on my iPhone, it didn’t open easily.
So when I asked Google why it was selling its Lids so cheaply, the company said that it wanted to reduce costs.
“The Lids were designed for a smaller footprint and smaller container to make them more affordable to retailers and consumers,” Google wrote in an FAQ.
“Lids are designed to be stored in your pocket or bag or purse, but we also want them to be available at your location to make it easy to reach your products.”
The company also noted that it’s trying to make the Liddes “available at any point of purchase” for the “most consumers.”
This could mean the LID is on sale in your local drugstore, grocery store, or convenience store.
While the LIDs don’t come with a charger, they do come with two USB ports.
The USB ports are a little smaller than my laptop’s USB 3.0 port, so I plugged them into a USB hub I had lying around.
Google has also included a few other neat features that make the lid feel a little more like a laptop.
The side of the lid is curved, so you can hold the lid closer to your body when you’re wearing the lid, and the side of it is wider.
Google says that this will make it easier to access the lid when you need to take a closer look.
The lids are also covered with a rubberized backing, which feels like it should be good for keeping the lid in place.
It’s hard to tell if Google has taken a stab at keeping its Lid cheap, or if it’s just trying to get some extra customers into the Lider lineup.
But the Liding Lid might not be the cheapest way to store a large bottle of liquids.
It’s certainly more expensive than a laptop case, and it doesn’t come bundled with a USB port, but Google says it’s aiming for a higher price point with the Lides.
I guess we’ll have to wait and see how it plays out for Google.
I can’t wait to get my hands on one of these.
Check out the rest of the Wired cover story here.